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Presented by Char Ryan, Ph.D., PBIS Consultant and Trainer
Sponsored by Free Spirit Publishing
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Schoolwide PBIS (positive behavior interventions and supports) has been around for more than 20 years, and it’s never been more relevant or impactful than it is in today’s schools. In this edWebinar, Char Ryan, Ph.D., a former statewide trainer, briefly describes the PBIS system and define the benefits of using systemic data in sustaining PBIS and the promising practices it offers toward effective and equitable discipline systems.
This presentation describes the current recommended practice for data usage in PBIS and highlight the newer data tools. Char also explains systemwide policies and practices that enhance the ability of a school or district to implement equitable instruction and discipline.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to administrators, school psychologists, school social workers and counselors, behavior specialists, and classroom and special education teachers of grades K–12 to learn practical approaches to use in their schools and districts.
About the Presenter
Char Ryan, Ph.D. is a PBIS coach and evaluation specialist. She has been a Minnesota state SWIS and PBIS trainer working with school teams, and was the Minnesota state PBIS coordinator and PBIS coach for a regional PBIS project. She was also an assistant professor at St. Cloud State University and an adjunct professor in teacher training at the University of St. Thomas. Char works and lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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