Registration is capped at 350 people and filling quickly with regional, national and international attendees, so secures your seat today!
Our 2012 Attendees said:
"The speakers were awesome! I will be taking back information that I can use."
"The speakers were very knowledeable & entertaining!"
"Excellent Conference - One of the best I've attended!"
"The content delivered was excellent. Very useful for all educators."
"Great continuity of odeas between different presenters."
"Excellent information resources."
"Content and speakers were excellent."
"The goal of the Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support will be to ensure that every teacher will leave every session with materials to take back to their classrooms."
“Prevention, Teaching, Consistency”
Why School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support?
School-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) is a systemic framework for addressing challenging behaviors within schools. The goal is to increase the academic and social behavior outcomes for all students. School-wide PBIS is the behavioral part of the Response to Intervention (RtI) triangle that is currently implemented in more than 10,000 US schools.
PBIS is not a "packaged curriculum” or geared toward “rewarding" students. Depending on the local cul ture and the needs of the school, school-wide PBIS plans adapt to fit the context and can look different across districts or even schools.
School-wide PBIS is a prevention-oriented approach to school-wide discipline. It is a framework that focuses on the use of evidence-based practices and solid, effective data-based decision-making to improve academic and social contexts. The three tiered approach provides additional interventions for students as their behavioral / social needs increase.
Why Attend the Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support?
The Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a two day annual conference that provides training for schools and districts for developing school-wide behavioral intervention plans. During this year’s conference, schools will participate in four half-day sessions that emphasizes preventing school-wide challenging behaviors, teaching desired school-wide behaviors and routines, and ensuring consistency among staff. At the completion of the conference, teachers will have plans and the materials necessary for effective and efficient implementation.