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NDMTSS - Behavior Advantage & SEEC Live Webinar Supports Series (2 of 4) - Tier 2 Check-In/Check-Out (March 27th, 2024) [Multi-Day Series]

NDMTSS - Behavior Advantage & SEEC Live Webinar Supports Series (2 of 4) - Tier 2 Check-In/Check-Out (March 27th, 2024) [Multi-Day Series]

Wednesday, March 27, 2024 (3:15 PM - 4:15 PM) (CDT)



Supporting our educators to effectively manage and promote positive behaviors in the classroom is essential for creating an optimal learning environment.  We are inviting you to register and join us live for a 4-part webinar series from Behavior Advantage and the SEEC.  Sessions 1-3 focus on Tier 1 and Tier 2 supports.  Session 4 will provide an opportunity to discuss how schools can utilize Behavior Advantage PD series to support all educators in the building and plan professional development.

This workshop is the second session of a 4-part live webinar series offered in partnership with Behavior Advantage.  Participants may attend any/all sessions as they wish.  Participants must register for each session they are interested in attending separately.  Sessions will be held virtually on the following dates:

Session/TopicDateTimeRegistration Link
Session 1 - Supporting Student Behavior at Tier 1February 28th, 20243:15 PM - 4:15 PMRegister here
Session 2 - Using Check-In/Check-Out and Related Interventions as Tier 2 InterventionsMarch 27th, 20243:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Session 3 - Developing Simple Behavior Plans as Tier 2 InterventionsApril 10th, 20243:15 PM - 4:15 PMRegister here
Session 4 - Planning for Behavior SupportsApril 24th, 2024
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Register here

SESSION 2: Using Check-In/Check-Out and Related Interventions as Tier 2 Interventions

Tier 2 behavior supports are often an overlooked and underdeveloped component of MTSS. Without Tier 2, referrals for Tier 3 interventions and special education services increases. Students who benefit from Tier 2 interventions (i.e., approximately 15% of students at your school) are displaying mild-moderate misbehavior, impulsivity, disorganization and other disruptive behaviors. These students are repeatedly making behavioral errors, not abiding by school rules, and landing in the front office, because they have YET to learn essential social, emotional, and/or academic skills. Check-In Check-Out and Related Interventions are evidence-based practices that provide these students with an “extra dose” of support. Coaching, feedback, and motivation are all used to help these students practice the essential social, emotional, or academic skills they need to learn. These interventions are efficient, data-based, and intended to be implemented for a short period of time. Imagine Tier 2 teams implementing effective interventions with at-risk students AND showing up to PLC Meetings with graphs to support data-based decisions!

DELIVERY: This 1-hour webinar will be delivered synchronously ONLINE.  It is expected that participants attend during the live session.

NOTE: This webinar is part of a 4-session series offered by Behavior Advantage.  Participants may attend any/all sessions as they wish.

PRESENTER: Aaron Stabel, BCBA, Behavior Advantage

AUDIENCE: Behavior Specialists; PreK-12 Teachers; Administrators; Counselors; Instructional Coaches; Special Educators; Paraprofessionals



Link to join the online meeting will be provided in the registration email confirmation.
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Cheryl Hoggarth
(701) 997-5573
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Wednesday, March 27, 2024 (3:15 PM - 4:15 PM) (CDT)
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