BET-C 2015 Photos
Conference Agenda
Sessions, Titles, Speakers and descriptions
Conference Awards
BET-C Film Festival and PBISAz Achievement Award Winners
2016 Keynote Address
Integrated models of prevention and treatment: Positive Behavior Supports and Restorative Practices

Behavior, Education, Technology Conference

Thank you to all who attended BET-C 2016!

Follow us for updates @BETConf and make plans to join us for the sixth annual BET-Conference, Fall 2017!

At BET-C, you will gain practical knowledge from expert trainers and K-12 administrators and teachers who are implementing Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports to dramatically increase achievement while sharply reducing disruptive behavior. Technology experts will also be on site to demonstrate innovative strategies and techniques to incorporate into the classroom.

  • Reconnect with colleagues
  • Expand your professional network
  • Gain new perspectives on school improvement
  • Share best practices in discipline, achievement, and ed tech
  • Earn up to 6 hours of professional development credit
  • Earn BCBA CEUs for selected sessions

OVERHEARD AT BET-C

  • Great all the way around.  Fantastic keynote speaker, positive and knowledgable.  Great vendors and outstanding options for breakout sessions!  Really useful and practical information!

    Mary FritzBET-C Attendee
  • BET-C has a very positive atmosphere where you can network with others who are actively improving education. There is a great selection of breakout workshops, great food and lots of motivation.  You will be glad you went.

    Milinda CrawfordBET-C Attendee
  • I hit the jackpot.  Every session I went to was very valuable.  I am usually very critical after 26 years in the profession, but this was superb.

    Marci MorrisonBET-C Attendee
  • The keynote was excellent.  If a school is looking into implementing PBIS, BET-C is a great way to get started!

    Leilani ScottPrincipal, SHARP Alternative Program
  • It was a great experience collaborating with other professionals in the field to better our teaching environments. It was well worth my time, and I would highly recommend the conference.

    Pilar McKeeBET-C Attendee
  • This conference was a class act!  It was a nice mix of options, was well organized, and had a fabulous keynote speaker.  Well worth my time and money!

    Debbie VollCommunity College Faculty

2016 Keynote Speaker

Jeffrey Sprague is a professor of special education and director of the UO Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior. He directs federal, state, and local research and demonstration projects related to positive behavior supports, response to intervention, youth violence prevention, alternative education, juvenile delinquency prevention and treatment, and school safety.

Conference Hosts