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5. Early Childhood Session [clear filter]
Wednesday, September 11
 

2:45pm CDT

Using Pyramid Model Practices to Prevent and Respond to Challenging Behaviors
Fidelity implementation of the Pyramid Model can greatly reduce the number of challenging behaviors in early childhood classrooms. This session will highlight five key classroom preventative practices that, when implemented with fidelity, can reduce the need for intensive interventions around the remediation of challenging behavior. This session will also describe key steps used in the development and implementation of an individualized positive behavior support plan including the development of a behavior hypothesis and identifying the functions of behavior, and components of a positive behavior support plan.

Speakers


Wednesday September 11, 2019 2:45pm - 4:15pm CDT
Walnut

2:45pm CDT

Windows and Mirrors: Building Deep Comprehension and Vocabulary Knowledge for All Children (preK-2)
This session will guide participants to use window and mirror texts to promote deep comprehension and vocabulary for all children (preK-2). First, a framework for identifying window and mirror texts and how they are related to comprehension will be provided. Then, specific examples of discussion moves and graphic organizers that support vocabulary learning, making connections, inference, and critical thinking while using window or mirror texts will be presented. Finally, participants will practice selecting window and mirror texts to meet their classroom needs, and plan discussion moves and graphic organizers to use with them to promote comprehension and vocabulary learning. These selections and plans will be shared and discussed. Feedback will be provided

Speakers


Wednesday September 11, 2019 2:45pm - 4:15pm CDT
Osage