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Thursday, November 14, 2019 - Friday, November 15, 2019
Introducing the Forum's 2019 Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Leanne Hawken (Keynote on Thursday)
Professor, University of Utah
Leanne S. Hawken, Ph.D., BCBA, is Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Utah. She is a recipient of the College of Education Research Award from the University of Utah. Her research focuses on positive behavior support, including schoolwide behavior support, targeted interventions for students at risk, and functional assessment/behavior support planning for students engaging in severe problem behavior. She frequently leads presentations and workshops on Check-In, Check-Out, and positive behavior interventions and supports. In addition to over 20 book chapters and journal articles, she is a coauthor of Building Positive Behavior Support Systems in Schools, Second Edition; Responding to Problem Behavior in Schools, Second Edition; and the training DVD Check-In, Check-Out, Second Edition: A Tier 2 Intervention for Students at Risk.
Dr. Tim Lewis (Keynote on Friday)
Professor, University of Missouri
Co-Director, National Technical Assistance Center for PBIS
Dr. Tim Lewis has been involved in special education for 30 years. Dr. Lewis has taught students with emotional and behavioral disorders in high school, elementary, and self-contained psychiatric settings. At present, Dr. Lewis is Professor of Special Education at the University of Missouri. Dr. Lewis is a member of 13 editorial boards. Dr. Lewis has been involved with developing school-wide systems of behavioral support for over 20 years. He has worked directly with school teams around the world, secured over $38 million in grants to support his research and demonstration efforts, and is a frequent contributor to the professional literature examining various aspects of Positive Behavior Support. Dr. Lewis directs the University of Missouri Center for School-wide Positive Behavior Support and is Co-Director of the national OSEP Center for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. His specialty areas include social skill instruction, functional assessment, and proactive school-wide discipline systems.