Agenda for BET-C 2016

Check out this line-up of BET-C sessions!

Keynote by Dr. Jeffrey Sprague

Professor of Special Education and Director of the  University of Oregon Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior

  • Integrated Models of Prevention and Treatment: Positive Behavior Supports and Restorative Practices (*BCBA)
  • Blending School-wide Positive Behavior Support with Restorative Practices in the Classroom (*BCBA)
  • The Millennial Generation: Trends, Theories, and Treatment 
  • How to Engage Families and Schools
  • K12 Implementer’s Perspective on Preparing for a Successful Tier 1 Rollout
  • Advanced PBIS Insights for School Leaders and Policy Makers
  • Slut: A New Play about a Destructive Word
  • Improbable to Unstoppable
  • What’s Love Got To Do With It – The Heart of PBIS
  • Caught on Camera: Using PBIS Video Effectively
  • STEM is for Everyone: What’s Missing for Girls and Other Underrepresented Groups?
  • Will It Blend?
  • Supporting Students At-Risk: Check-In, Check-Out (CICO), Families And Diversity (*BCBA)
  • Culturally Responsive PBIS for Equitable Schools
  • The Art Digital Teaching
  • Empowering Schools to be No Place for Hate
  • The powerful impact of families & diversity in school-based decision-making
  • PBIS: Preventing Restraint and Seclusion in Schools (*BCBA)
  • Using SWPBIS to Help Schools Become more Trauma Sensitive
  • What I Wouldn’t do for STEAM
  • A Collaborative Approach to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline

*BCBA/BCaBA attendees may earn up to 6 Type 2 CEU credits by attending presentations indicated above with BCBA.

Look for presentation materials to be uploaded on the bet-c.org/materials page prior to the conference. Download, share, network and learn! @BETconf

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No Place For Hate!

This is a highly relevant topic which will be presented by Melia Dunn at BET-C 2016, October 25th.

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BREAKOUT SESSION #3

Empowering Schools to be No Place for Hate

Melia Dunn, Anti-Defamation League

Location: Desert Star

ADL’s No Place for Hate Initiative provides schools and communities with an organizing framework for combating bias, bullying and hatred, leading to long-term solutions for creating and maintaining a positive climate. Through an interactive session, participants will hear from staff and students that have embraced No Place for Hate and identify best practices and assessment for their own school’s readiness to join the Initiative. (School climate and culture, equity, diversity)

Melia Dunn directs anti-bias programming for youth and educators with a focus on the No Place for Hate® Initiative. Prior to ADL, Melia served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Albania, focusing on youth leadership development and facilitating culture and communications trainings for incoming trainees.  She has a B.A. degree from Penn State University where her focus was Interpersonal Communications and Conflict Resolution.