Are you interested in supporting multiple schools, districts or regions in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) implementation through training and coaching? Then, consider applying to our 2nd round of the Training of Trainers and Coaches Microcredential Program!
Completing this program will provide you with the skills and competencies needed to effectively support district/school teams as they develop positive, proactive, equitable learning environments for their whole community.
Learn more here! Applications close June 15, 2023!
Reach out to Karen Robbie (email@example.com) or Courtney Angelosante (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions you may have.
During this presentation hosted by the Maine Department of Education’s Office of Special Services and Inclusive Education (OSSIE), Heather George, PhD will focus on how to support all students with a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) framework in schools:
- PBIS has been shown through research to be effective for a wide range of student outcomes
- The whole school intervention approach used by PBIS has been shown to establish a safe and predictable environment that increases success for all students including those with disabilities.
- During the webinar, free resources will be shared to help schools build systems that are inclusive, robust, and supportive of all students.
Date/Time: April 26, 2023 – 3:30-4:30 pm
Audience: General & Special Educators, Administrators, Parents, Caregivers and Community Members Interested in Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) and inclusive classrooms
Cost: FREE Register for Zoom Link Here
Contact Hours: Each attendee will be awarded a certificate for 1 contact hour
About the Presenter: Heather Peshak George, Ph.D. is a Research Professor in the Department of Child & Family Studies at the University of South Florida. She co-directs the National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS, the state-wide Florida PBIS Project, the federally-funded Florida Connect model demonstration grant, and is Past-President of the international Association for Positive Behavioral Support (APBS). ). Over the past two decades, she has secured over $42 million in external funding, published over 30 peer reviewed articles and chapters, including over 100 practice briefs and evaluation reports, and has delivered over 400 invited presentations on PBISShe has extensive experience in providing training and technical assistance in PBIS at the national and international levels and thanks her two teenagers for the daily reminders on the need to bridge the research-to-practice gap. You can learn more about Dr. George at https://www.usf.edu/cbcs/cfs/faculty-staff/peshak-george-h.aspx and follow her on Twitter at @HeatherPGeorge. Shared resources may be available at www.pbis.org and www.flpbis.org.
Hello Maine PBIS Community! Is your district and/or school planning to apply for our Tier 1 Training Cohort beginning in August 2023? If so, please remember that applications are due on March 8th, 2023
All the details and information can be found in
our Maine PBIS Tier 1 Cohort Information and Resources document.
We look forward to supporting our next round of schools to become more positive, predictable, and equitable for everyone!
Reach out with questions to:
Anne-Marie Adamson: Anne-Marie.Adamson@maine.gov
Courtney Angelosante: email@example.com
Karen Robbie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maine PBIS is offering a 3 day Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) Training for our Maine PBIS schools. A FBA is the process used to assess a specific behavior that is interfering with a student’s academic, social, emotional and behavioral goals. This team-based training will support your school staff in identifying why the behavior is happening through a variety of assessment tools and procedures leading to the development of a positive behavior support plan individualized to the student’s strengths and needs.
- Team-based training, minimum of three team members per school
- In-person training 8:30-3:00 pm (3/21, 4/4, 4/25)
- The training is cumulative, participants will need to attend all three sessions – 18 contact hours are available to participants who attend all 3 sessions.
- In-person at University of Southern Maine, Gorham Campus: 37 College Ave, 8 Bailey Hall – Room 301/301C in Gorham, ME
Register for the training on this form: https://forms.gle/LE89e6x1dGzkrcrQ7
Please contact Anne-Marie Adamson (email@example.com) with questions.
Maine PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) state leaders recently published this brief in the national Center on PBIS with a focus on developing systems of support in rural school settings.
If you are interested in learning more about PBIS work across the state of Maine or joining a PBIS cohort, contact Anne-Marie Adamson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“ESTABLISHING A RURAL REGIONAL COHORT: SUPPORTING FIDELITY OF PBIS IMPLEMENTATION IN RURAL SCHOOLS”
Robbie, K., Angelosante, C., Artesani, J., Kern, L., & George, H. P. (September, 2022). Establishing a Rural Regional Cohort: Supporting Fidelity of PBIS Implementation in Rural Schools. Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org