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May Institute Presentations

May Institute’s clinical staff regularly make presentations at regional, national, and international conferences and workshops. We also host events throughout the year that feature experts from other organizations as well as May Institute.

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Research to Practice: 13th Annual New England Positive Behavior Support Forum - November, 2017

VIEW THE FULL PROGRAM SCHEDULE HERE!

 

TUESDAY - Keynote Address (8:30 – 9:30 am)

Advancing Effective School Behavioral Health in New England
Presenter: Mark D. Weist, University of South Carolina

/A/

A1. Introduction to SW-PBIS
Presenter: Robert Putnam, May Institute

A2. Introduction to Coaching
Presenter: Marcie Handler, May Institute

A3. Building Administrator Support Across Stages of PBIS Implementation
Presenter: Catherine Rossi, May Institute

A4. Keeping Tier 1 Momentum: Kickoffs, Boosters, and Re-teaching Ideas (Ignite Session)
Presenter: Catherine Rossi, May Institute

 

/B/

B1. More on the Interconnected Systems Framework for School Mental Health and PBIS
Presenter: Mark D. Weist, University of South Carolina

B2. Flexible Programming within Public Schools for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
Presenters: Kim Vohden, Tricia Mapes, Josh Robinson; Windsor Locks Public Schools

B3. Understanding the Intersection between Social-Emotional Learning and PBIS in the Classroom
Presenter: Sara Whitcomb, University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

/C/

C1. Evidence-based Practices in Classroom Management: Rationale, Examples and Resources for the Elementary Teacher
Presenter: Karen Robbie, University of Maine

C2. Empirically-Supported Practices for Supporting Teachers’ Classroom
Management
Presenters: Sarah Wilkinson, Janet VanLone, Lola Gordon, Brandi Simonsen, and Jennifer Freeman; University of Connecticut

C3. Providing Feasible Coaching Support to Teachers in the Classroom
Presenters: Lindsay M. Fallon and Melissa A. Collier-Meek, University of Massachusetts Boston

 

/D/

D1. Using MTSS as Framework to Address College and Career Readiness at the High School Level
Presenters: Christine Peck and Tracey Lamothe; Cooperative Educational Services

D2. Supporting Tiers 1, 2, and 3 Interventions: A Collaboration Between School, Community and Universities
Presenters: Normand St-Georges and Steven Bissonnette

D3. Sustained Implementation of PBIS in a High School: Progression of Specific PBIS Components
Presenters: Sarah Fefer, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Sue Feyre, Jeanne Moriarty, Adriana Gallo, and Bethany Healy; Agawam High School

 

/E/

E1. Introduction to Tier 2: Assessing Readiness and Building Targeted Systems of Support
Presenter: Todd Miller, May Institute

E2. System Building with Community Partners for Student Success!
Presenters: Maureen Tracey, Four Seasons Behavioral Solutions; Kathy Francouer, Institute on Disability at UNH; and Lisa Hatz, Vocational Rehabilitation State Director

 

/F/

F1. Demonstrating the Effectiveness of Implementing PBS at a Behavioral Day Program
Presenters: Susan Roberts, William Erwin, Brian Madden, and Richard Ngibuini; BAMSI

F2. An Evaluation of Key Indicators Relative to the Implementation of Positive Behavior Supports in an Adult Services Program
Presenters: Annie Barlow and Paul Mahoney, Amego, Inc.

F3. PBIS In Adult Agencies
Presenters: Christine Downs, May Institute; ARC of the South Shore; Nonotuck

1. ARC of the South Shore
2. Nonotuck Resource Associates
3. Opportunity Works

 

WEDNESDAY – Keynote Address (9:00 – 10:00 am)

Classroom PBIS: Make Every Moment Count
Presenter: Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut

A4. Keeping Tier 1 Momentum: Kickoffs, Boosters, and Re-teaching Ideas (Ignite Session)
Presenter: Catherine Rossi, May Institute

B4. Building Relationships through MTSS
Presenters: David Levesque and McKenzie Harrington-Bacote’ Pleasant Street School

C4. Support for Student with Anxiety
Presenter: Katherine Meyer, May Institute

D4. TIer 1 at High School
Presenters: Mary Zortman Cohen and Laura Shachmut, Boston Public Schools

E4. Building Resiliency with the Most Disengaged Youth: Self-Determination, Self-Efficacy, and Social Capital
Presenters: JoAnne Malloy and Kathryn Francoeur, University of New Hampshire

F4. Advanced Data Collection
Presenter: Christine Downs

WEDNESDAY – Keynote Address (11:45 – 12:45 pm)

Doubling Down on MTSS/PBIS: Behavioral Sciences and Prevention
Presenter: George Sugai, University of Connecticut

 


Research to Practice: 12th Annual New England Positive Behavior Support Forum (November 2016)


/A/ FOUNDATIONS AND IMPLEMENTATION SESSIONS:

A1/ PBIS 101: An Introduction to SW-PBIS
Marcie W. Handler, May Institute

A2/ The Importance of School Administrators' Leadership when Implementing PBIS
Steve Bissonnette & Normand St-Georges, TÉLUQ, Université du Québec

A3/ Coaching 101
Catherine Rossi, May Institute

A4/ The Year of the Student Experience
Ann Marie Dubuque; Athena Sullivan & Weston Pondolfino, Attleboro High School

A5/ PBIS Planning and Implementation at the District Level
Christine Downs, May Institute; Beth Townson, Dartmouth Public Schools; Sherry Santini, Dennis-Yarmouth Public Schools; Brad Smith & Bob Bellucci, Marblehead Public Schools; Molly Robinson, Salem Public Schools

/B/ INTEGRATION AND ALIGNMENT SESSIONS:

B1/ Integrating College and Career Readiness into SW-PBS Tier 1 Implementation
Laura Kern, Jennifer Kowitt, Jen Freeman & Allison Lombardi, University of Connecticut

B2/ Building Capacity by Building Partnerships: Mental Health and School Professionals Working Together to Meet Youth’s Goals at the Tier 3 Level
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Kathryn Francoeur, Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire; Ellen Riiska, SAU 16, Exeter NH; Nicole Quinn, Seacoast Mental Health Center, Portsmouth NH

B3/ Aligning PBIS and Social Emotional Learning (SEL): Examples from the Field
Katie Meyer, May Institute; James White & Ellen Wingard, Salem Public Schools

B4/ Building Interventions for Students with Serious Problem Behavior via a School-wide System of PBIS
Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network and Partner, National PBIS TA Center

B5/ Self-Management for Social Behavior and Reading Skills of Students with Behavioral Challenges
Kathryn Dooley, University of Connecticut

 

/C/ DATA-BASED DECISION MAKING SESSIONS

C1/ Data Rich, Information Poor?!Not Anymore: School Improvement in an MTSS Framework
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Ellen Reinhardt & Nicole Bucka, Rhode Island Multi-Tiered System of Supports

C2/ Using Data to Guide Practices at the High School Level
Katie Meyer, May Institute; Carlos Cameron Torres, Ellen Johnson, Sara Keiselbach & Molly Robinson, Salem Public Schools

C3/ Enhancing Culturally Responsive Practice through PBIS and School Climate
Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut

C4/ Data-based Decision Making using PBIS Applications Tools
Susannah Everett, University of Connecticut

C5/ Leading the Leaders: Measuring Implementation & Infrastructure of Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports
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Ellen Reinhardt & Nicole Bucka, Rhode Island Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

/D/ SPECIAL TOPICS SESSIONS:

D1/ Practical Strategies to Support Success: Low-Intensity Strategies to Manage Behavior and Support Instruction
Kathleen Lynne Lane, University of Kansas

D2/ Check In/Check Out with Middle School and High School Exemplars
Todd Miller, May Institute; Richard Blair, Dartmouth Public Schools; Colleen Jackson & Heather Patch, Quincy Public Schools

D3/ Functional Analysis in Schools — When Should You Do It and What Should You Do?
Cynthia M. Anderson, May Institute

D4/ Efficient Methods of Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Support Planning
Todd Miller & Sarah Weddle, May Institute

D5/ Lessons Learned and Initial Successes Achieved from Implementing Tier 2 Interventions at Whitcomb School
Caroline Cadel & Rachel Hammond, Whitcomb Middle School, Marlborough, MA; Howard S. Muscott, NH Center for Behavioral Interventions and Supports

/E/ SPECIAL TOPICS SESSIONS:

E1/ Effective Professional Development of Teachers’ Classroom Management Practices
Lola Gordon, Janet VanLone, Sarah Wilkinson, Jen Freeman & Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut

E2/ Toward Effective PBIS Practice in Alternative School Settings: Readiness to Launch
Lindsay M. Fallon, University of Massachusetts Boston; Adam B. Feinberg, University of Connecticut; Margaret DePasquale, Next Wave Junior High & Full Circle High School, Somerville, MA

E3/ Empowering Multiple Stakeholders in Tier 1 Decision Making
Sarah Fefer & Sara Whitcomb, University of Massachusetts Amherst; John Crocker, Richard Barden & Jeff Bellistri, Methuen High School

E4/ Increasing the Effectiveness of Tier 2 Interventions
Robert Putnam & Shannon Barry, May Institute

E5/ Tier 2 Systems, Data, and Practices
Margie Borawska, Concord School District
 

/F/ IDD: ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL/ DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

F1/ Improving Behavior Support and Quality of Life: The Department of Developmental Services’ PBS Initiative
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Janet George, Department of Developmental Services & Robert Putnam, May Institute

F2/ Promoting Happiness among Adults with Severe Disabilities: Evidence-Based Strategies
Dennis H. Reid, Carolina Behavior Analysis and Support Center]

F3/ From the Clinical Leader Perspective: Implementation of PBS
Jennifer Comeau, ARC-South Shore; Felipe Quinonees, Grow Associates; Deidre Donaldson, May Institute

F4/ Data-based Decision Making in Adult Settings
Christine Downs, May Institute

F5/ Implementation of PBS: Systems, Data, and Practices
Shannon Barry, Erin McDermott & Robert Putnam, May Institute

 

ABAI Conferences, 2016 Forum Posters 

Comparing Treatment Integrity of Prompts Used During Discrete Trial Training: Paper and Electronic Data Collection Systems!
Ashley Abbott, M.S., BCBA, and Paul Heering, M.A., BCBA
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Increasing Efficiency, Accuracy and Timeliness of Data Management Through the Use of an Electronic Data Collection System
Shannon Barry, Ph.D., and Paul Heering, M.A., BCBA
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Evaluating Caregiver Compliance with Different Data Collection Methodologies
Paul Heering, M.A., BCBA
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Development andImplementation of Tier I Interventions Within a Residential and a Day Program Setting for Individuals With Autism
Weronika Powers, M.S., Shannin Seamans, Amy Gorman, B.S., 
Gordon Defalco, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Bob Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D
May Institute Adult Services, Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts

 

ABAI Conferences, 2015 Forum Posters 

Impact of Schedule and Quality of Fixed-Time Attention on Noncompliance in a Child with ASD
Tiffany L. Born, M.S., Melanie DuBard, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Danielle Iezzi, Kimberly Belanger, Nathalie El-Saieh, Sasha Georges, and Traci A. Taber, M.S., BCBA
May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities,    Randolph, Mass.

Tolerating the Denial and Delay to Reinforcement
Lauren N. Eaton, M.A., BCBA, LBA and Molly A. McGinnis, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA
May Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Alexandria, Va.

Video Modeling to Train Staff to Deliver Preferred Qualities of Attention
Traci A. Taber, M.S., BCBA, Nathan Lambright, Psy.D., BCBA-D, Aimee Szumiesz, B.S., Tiffany L. Born, M.S., and Greg M. Schutte, M.S.
May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities,    Randolph, Mass.

 

11th Annual New England Positive Behavior Support Forum - November 2015

 

Thursday Keynote Address:

Infrastructure to Support PBIS Momentum 
Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida

Thursday Early Morning Sessions:

PBIS 101: An Introduction to SW-PBIS 
Marcie W. Handler, May Institute

Scaling Up New Hampshire! 
Laconia School District: Scaling up for Sustainability
Laconia School District Universal Work Plan
Maureen Tracey, Laconia Public Schools
Kathryn Francoeur, University of New Hampshire, Institute on Disability

Enhancing Teachers’ Classroom Management: Efficient, Effective, and Teacher-driven Implementation Supports 
Brandi Simonsen and Jennifer Freeman
University of Connecticut

PBIS in High School: Navigating the Roadblocks to Success 
Katie Meyer, Ph.D
Nancy Marrs, M.S.
Allyson Bachta, M.Ed, M.S.
Molly Robinson, M.S.

Monitoring Individual Student Supports (Tier 3) 
Susannah Everett, University of Connecticut
Katie Conley, University of Oregon
Sarah Pinkelman, George Mason University

Implementing PBIS: Systems, Data, & Practices 
Christopher Fox, Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services
Bob Putnam, May Institute
Jonathan Worcester, Seven Hills

Thursday Late Morning Sessions:

ROAR On! Lessons Learned from Initial Implementation of SW-PBIS at Whitcomb School      

Angela Chouinard & Bethany Pritchard, Whitcomb School
Howard Muscott, SERESC

Implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports in Alternative School Settings 
Todd Miller, Katie Meyer and Christine Downs, PBIS Coordinator
May Institute

How Do Schools Braid Social Emotional Learning and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Sara A. Whitcomb, Ph.D. and Sarah A. Fefer, Ph.D. BCBA
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
College of Education, School Psychology Program

Implementing with Fidelity in High Schools: What Makes the Difference?
Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut

Scaling Up: Moving Towards Tier 2 Supports
Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida

From the CEO Perspective: Implementing PBIS Across Large, Medium, and Small Agencies
Lauren Solotar, May Institute
Christopher White, Road to Responsibility
John Randall, Amego
Daryl Cook, South Shore ARC

Thursday Afternoon Sessions:

Getting Ready for PBIS: Sustainability from the Start 
Christine Downs, PBIS Coordinator, May Institute
Mysha Kuhlmann, School Psychologist, Rockport Middle/High School

Step by Step: Enhancing Your Array of Targeted Group Interventions by Using Data to Monitor Progress         

Howard S. Muscott, SERESC

Expanding PBIS into Classrooms: The Fundamentals 
Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida

Using School Climate Data within the Context of PBIS 
Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut

Individual Support Planning With Competing Behavior Pathways 
Jennifer Magnuson, May Institute

Improving Behavior Support and Quality of Life: Data-based Decision Making 
Erin McDermott, Gordon Defalco and Shannon Barry
May Institute

Friday Keynote Address:

School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Classroom Connections 
Tim Lewis, University of Missouri

Friday Early Morning Sessions:

Implementing System-wide PBIS Across School Districts: Celebrations, Barriers, and Lessons Learned 
Marcie W. Handler, May Institute
Adam Feinberg & Lindsay Fallon, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Katier Meyer, May Institute
Molly Robinson, Salem Public Schools

Coaching for Success 
Christine Downs, May Institute

Interconnected Systems Framework: Integrating Mental Health into SW-PBIS;
Bob Putnam, May Institute
Joanne Malloy, University of Hew Hampshire

Leveraging SW-PBIS to Promote College and Career Readiness in High Schools 
Allison Lombardi, Ph.D., Jennifer Freeman, Ph.D
University of Connecticut

Moving Beyond Universals: Sustaining and Growing SW-PBS Implementation 
Tim Lewis, University of Missouri

Improving Behavior Support and Quality of Life: The Department of Development Services’ PBS Initiative 
Janet George and Christopher Fox
Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services

Friday Late Morning Sessions:

Effective Leadership to Support PBIS 
Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida

Northeast Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Training of Trainers (NEPBIS TOT) 
Brandi Simonsen & Jen Freeman
University of Connecticut

Program-wide Positive Behavior Support in Early Childhood Settings
Tim Lewis, University of Missouri
Jen Meyer, Kirksville Early Childhood Learning Center

Engaging High School Students in the Design and Implementation of School-wide PBIS 
Dr. JoAnne Malloy, Gabbie Rioux, and Kathryn Francoeur, M.Ed
Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire

Culturally and Contextually Relevant PBIS: Review and Future Directions
Lindsay Fallon, 
University of Massachusetts Boston

Individualized Behavior Support Planning and Implementation Christopher Fox, Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services
Shannon Barry, May Institute
Jonathan Worcester, Seven Hills
Bob Putnam, May Institute
             

Closing:

40 years after IDEA; MTSS, Sustainability, & Implementation Capacity Development 
George Sugai, University of Connecticut

 

11th Annual New England Positive Behavior Support Forum Posters

Evaluating Caregiver Compliance with Different Data Collection Methodologies
Paul Heering, M.A., BCBA
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Increasing Efficiency, Accuracy and Timeliness of Data Management Through the Use of an Electronic Data Collection System
Shannon Barry, Ph.D. and Paul Heering, M.A., BCBA
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Examining Leadership Structures and Systems to Support PBIS Implementation across a Large Organization
Shannon K. Barry, Ph.D.
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Program-Wide PBIS Tiered Fidelity Inventory: Measuring PBIS Implementation within an Organization serving Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Bob Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D and Shannon Barry, Ph.D.
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Planning and Facilitating Group Interventions for Students with Developmental Disabilities and their Families
Jamie Needre, M.Ed., Elizabeth Segal, LCSW, BCBA
Matthew Antlitz, M.Ed.,Tiffany Hornsby, M.S. and
Stephanie Child, Psy.D.
May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Randolph, Mass.

Utilizing Collection and Analysis Software: Systems
Nicole Bussiere, M.A., LMHC, Erin McDermott, Bonnie Souza and
Robert Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D
May Institute, Randolph, Mass.

Development of Tier I within a Residential Setting for Women with Developmental Disabilities
Weronika Powers, M.S. and Denene Shimkus
May Institute, Cape Cod and Southeast Massachusetts

Development of Tier I Interventions within a Day Habilitation Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Weronika Powers, Shannin Seamans, and Amy Gorman
May Institute, Cape Cod and Southeast Massachusetts

Development of a Multi-Tier Behavioral Support System in School Settings for Individuals with Special Needs
Brittannie Reilly, Nathan Lambright, Psy.D., BCBA-D, and
Catherine Rossi, M.Ed.
May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Randolph, Mass.

Development of a Multi-Tiered System of Initial Training for Staff Working in Home and Community-Based Settings
Megan Robinson Joy, Ph.D. and Eileen Porro, B.A.
May Institute, Eastern Massachusetts Consultation Division
Randolph, Mass.

Analyzing and Aligning the Needs of High Risk Clients with Staff Training and Supervision
Marcie Handler, Ph.D., BCBA-D and Jennifer Magnuson, M.S., BCBA
May Institute, Eastern Massachusetts Consultation Division
Randolph, Mass.

10th Annual New England Positive Behavior Support Forum - November 2014

Morning Keynote:

Multi-tiered Behavioral Systems in Schools - Integrating Mental Health 
Lucille Eber, Ed.D.
IL-Midwest PBIS Network

Session 1:

PBIS 101: An Introduction to School-wide Positive Behavior Support*
PBIS Frequently Asked Questions

Marcie Handler, Ph.D., BCBA-D
May Institute

Session 2:

Strategies for Creating Interconnected Support for Students: 
Tier 1 PBIS and SEL*

Sara Whitcomb, Ph.D. 
Sarah Fefer, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Session 3:

Implementing PBIS at the Classroom Level
Building Classroom Systems of Positive Behavior Support - Participant Activity Sheet
Howard Muscott, Ed.D.
NH Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions & Supports at SERESC

Session 4:

PBIS Implementation in High School
Sharon Lohrman, Ph.D.
Assist Professor of Pediatrics
Director, New Jersey Positive Behavior Support in Schools (NJPBSIS)
The Boggs Center, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Session 5:

Linking Tier 2/3 Systems Data & Practices to the Core Behavior Curriculum
Lucille Eber, Ed.D.
IL-Midwest PBIS Network

Session 6:

Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services Positive Behavior Supports Initiative Overview and Update 

Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS) Positive Behavior Supports Initiative
Christopher Fox, Ph.D., Dept. of Developmental Services

Massachusetts Department Of Developmental Services & SWPBS
Bob Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D, May Institute

Moving to SWPBS
Janet George, Ed.D., Dept. of Developmental Services

Session 7: 

Developing Tier 2 Supports in the School Setting
Adam Feinberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Jennifer Freeman, Ph.D.
University of Connecticut

Session 8:

School-Family Partnership Practices: Bringing Families into SWPBIS
John Eagle, Ph.D.
Shannon Dowd-Eagle, Ph.D.
Paul V. Sherlock Center At Rhode Island College

Session 9: 

Efficient and Effective Approaches to Support Teachers’ Classwide PBIS Practices
Brandi Simonsen, Ph.D.
Jennifer Freeman, Ph.D.
University of Connecticut

Session 10:

RtI/PBIS & Support Planning, Working Together to Support Secondary and Alternative Schools Across the Tiers
Christine Downs, M.Ed.
May Institute

Session 11: 

Data-based Decision Making Across the PBIS Tiers
Don Kincaid, Ed.D., BCBA-D
University of South Florida

Session 12:

Implementing PBIS at the Agency Level 
Implementing PBS: Our Experience   
Christopher Fox, Ph.D., Janet George, Ed.D., and Susan Roberts, Ph.D. Dept. of Developmental Services

Implementing and Rolling Out Agency SWPBS
Bob Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D, May Institute

Road to Responsibility
Christopher White, Ed.D.

Session 13:

So You Want To Be A Coach: Best Practices in SWPBS Coaching 
Bob Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D
May Institute

Session 14:

A PBIS and ABA Spin on School Climate
George Sugai, Ph.D., Jennifer Freeman, Ph.D., and Tamika La Salle, Ph.D.
University of Connecticut

Session 15:

Applying the PBIS Triangle to the Classroom with Pom-Poms and   Fanny Packs
Patricia Red, M.S.
University of Southern Maine

Session 16:

A Focal Point for Dropout Prevention: PBIS Implementation at the Advanced Tiers in High Schools
JoAnne Malloy, Ph.D.
Kathryn Francoeur
University of New Hampshire

Session 17:

Managing Stress for School Success: Teaching “Stress Skills” within a Multi-tiered Framework
Eric Mann, MSW
New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports at SERESC, Inc. (NH CEBIS)

Session 18:

Implementing PBS at the Program and Individual Level
Preparing & Launching Universal Interventions in a Group Home
Rachel Fox, BCaBA, May Institute

Case Illustrations of PBS Implementation Across Adult IDD Residential Programs 
Jonathan Worcester, Ph.D., NCSP, BCBA-D, Seven Hills

Implementing PBIS at the Intensive Level
Margaret Walsh, M.A., BCBA, and Rachel Fox, May Institute

Afternoon Keynote:

Improving Student Outcomes with PBIS 
Don Kincaid, Ed.D., BCBA-D
University of South Florida

 

Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) Conference - May 2014

On-Task Intervention Using a Motivaider© Across Multiple Settings
Molly A. McGinnis, M.Ed., BCBA, Robert F. Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Courtney L. Keegan, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, and Lauren Eaton, M.A., BCBA

May Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Alexandria, Va.

Using a Fading In Procedure to Increase Compliance in an Instructional Setting
Suzette Rosario, M.S., BCBA

May Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Clarksville, Tenn.

9th Annual Forum on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports - November 2013

Myths, Misunderstandings, and Milestones in Implementing School-wide Positive Behavior Support
Tim Lewis, University of Missouri


PBIS 101: An Introduction to SW-PBIS
PBIS Frequently Asked Questions
Marcie Handler, May Institute
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Evidence-based Classroom Management: Overview of Critical Features Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut


Data-Based Decision Making Across the Tiers
Susannah Everett, University of Connecticut


The Flipping Ticket Systems: Why Classroom or School-wide Response Cost is Not PBIS
Pat Red, University of Southern Maine


Integrating Mental Health Services Across the Tiers: Interconnected Systems Framework
Bob Putnam, May Institute


Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services Positive Behavior Supports Initiative
Janet George, Christopher Fox & Jeffrey Raischel Mass Department of Developmental Services
Susan Roberts, Metro Residential Services
 

Function-based Tier 2 Supports
Adam Feinberg and Lindsay Fallon, May Institute


Classroom Problem-Solving Process
Tim Lewis, University of Missouri


The Road to Success Isn't Always Straight: Navigating the Round-Abouts and Overcoming PBIS Implementation Dips
Cassandra Townshend and Jen Bradford, University of Vermont


Increasing the Precision of Functional Behavioral Assessments
George Sugai, University of Connecticut


The Relationship Between PBIS and High School Dropout
Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut


Universal Supports in the DDS PBS Initiative
Janet George & Christopher Fox, Mass Department of Developmental Services
Bob Putnam, May Institute
 
Michael Peters, Vinfen,Chris White,

Road to Responsibility
Graduation for Every Student: The RENEW Model of Tertiary Supports for High School Students
JoAnne M. Malloy, Jonathon Drake, and Justin Tilbe, University of New Hampshire


Helping Teachers Help Themselves: Self-Management Strategies to Support Teachers’ Classroom Management
Brandi Simonsen and Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut


Supporting K-3 Reading in Chronically Underperforming Schools: Implementing a Multi-tiered Instructional Model, PART 1
Michael Coyne, University of Connecticut
Darci Burns, HILL for Literacy


Supporting K-3 Reading in Chronically Underperforming Schools: Implementing a Multi-tiered Instructional Model, PART 2
Michael Coyne, University of Connecticut
Darci Burns, HILL for Literacy


Linking the Behavioral & Academic Framework: A District-level Perspective
Adam Feinberg, May Institute
Russell Johnson, West Springfield Public Schools

 

Implementing PBIS Interventions in Home and Community Settings: Examples from the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative
Megan Robinson Joy, Lindsay Fallon, and Margery Furman, May Institute

 

Targeted and Intensive Supports in the DDS PBS Initiative
Janet George & Chris Fox, Mass Department of Developmental Services Bob Putnam, May Institute
Susan Roberts, Mass Department of Developmental Services
Michael Peters, Vinfen

 

Afternoon Keynote: Theory of Action, Behavior Analysis and PBIS
George Sugai, University of Connecticut

8th Annual Forum on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports - November 2012


Mental Health Strand: Integrating Community Mental Health and School-wide PBIS: Vermont’s Experience
Sherry Schoenberg, M.A., BEST Team Vermont
Julie Paradiso, LICSW, Department of Mental Health Vermont
KenKramberg M.Ed., BEST Team Vermont

Implementation Science and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: Lessons Learned from School and District Administrators
Brian Cavanaugh, Ed.M., University of Maine

Classroom Strand: Strategies to Increase Teachers' Use of Evidence-Based Classroom Management Practices: Building the Triangle for Teachers
Brandi Simonsen, Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Jennifer Freeman, M.A., University of Connecticut

Primer on Function-based Individual Behavior Support
George Sugai, Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Susanah Everett, Ph.D., University of Connecticut

Engaging Families in School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: The Next Frontier
John Eagle, M.S.W., Ph.D., Rhode Island College
Shannon Dowd-Eagle, Ph.D., Rhode Island College

Introductory Strand: Exploring Tier 3 Systems for Social, Emotional and Behavioral Support
Eric Mann, M.S.W., New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavior Interventions and Supports

Implementing School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports at the District Level
Adam Feinberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D, May Institute
Vincent Cerce, M.Ed., CAGS, Brockton Public Schools

Classroom Strand: Class-wide Positive Behavioral Supports: Plan Development and Behavioral Outcomes
Adam Feinberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D, May Institute
Lindsay Fallon, M.A., May Institute
Melissa Collier-Meek, M.A., May Institute
Christina Hardy, M.A., May Institute

Introduction to the Implementation Blueprint and Other Really Cool Stuff
Susan Barrett, M.A., National Technical Assistance Center for PBIS, Pratt Health Systems

Take Back the Bus!  How One Middle School Rolled out Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
JoAnne M. Malloy, Ph.D., University of New Hampshire
Tom Sica, Rundlett Middle School
Brendan O'Connor, Rundlett Middle School

Culturally Appropriate Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
George Sugai, Ph.D., University of Connecticut

7th Annual Forum on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports PBIS: Research to Practice - October 2011

Direct Behavior Rating (DBR): Defining Features and Assessment Applications Within a Tiered Service Delivery Model
Sandra Chafouleas, Ph.D., Neag School of Education at University of Connecticut

Application of the MTSS Framework to Mathematics: Assessment and Intervention Recommendations
Robin Codding, Ph.D., BCBA, University of Massachusetts Boston

Bring It Home: Involving Families Within School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
John Eagle, Ph.D., Shannon Dowd-Eagle, Ph.D., Rhode Island College

Keynote: School-wide Positive Behavior Supports Within a State-wide Model for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Steve Goodman, Ph.D., Michigan’s Integrated Behavior and Learning Support

PBIS 101: Introduction to School-wide PBIS
Marcie Handler, Ph.D., BCBA-D, May Institute

Evidence-based Classroom Management: Moving Research to Practice
Ashley S. MacSuga, M.A., Jennifer Freeman, M.A., University of Connecticut

Tales from New Hampshire: What Tier 2 PBIS Systems, Data, and Practices Look Like at the High School Level
Joanne Malloy, Ph.D., Donna Couture, M.Ed., Maureen Tracey, B.A., Kathy Francoeur, B.A., The Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire

Think and Return: An Insight-promoting Teacher Response Process for Addressing Minor Concerning Behavior
Eric Mann, M.S.W., New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Support; Southeast Regional Education Services Center, Inc.

Improving Lunch Monitor/Student Interactions: Effects of a Cafeteria-based Intervention
Rebecca Parrish, M.S., Northeastern University

Implementing School-wide PBIS at the District Level: Lessons from the Field
Bob Putnam, Ph.D., BCBA-D, May Institute, April Rist, M.Ed., Agawam Public Schools

Assessing, Evaluating, and Promoting the Treatment Integrity of Behavioral Interventions
Lisa M. H. Sanetti, Ph.D., Neag School of Education at University of Connecticut

Addressing Bullying Behavior Within a PBIS Framework
George Sugai, Ph.D., Neag School of Education at University of Connecticut