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Invite your colleagues! ONLINE Registration is $199 and open through Monday, November 4th! 

If you miss this deadline, you may still attend by registering on site the day of the conference for $240.

Time is running out!

Make your plans now to join us November 7, 2019 as we celebrate PBIS and Ed Tech at the eighth annual BET-C Conference! You will gain practical knowledge from expert trainers, researchers, and P-12 administrators and teachers who are implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports/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. Bring your digital educators as well as your PBIS team!

Black Canyon Conference Center

9440 N 25th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021

Registration: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
Conference: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Registration includes:

Breakfast, Lunch, AM/PM Snacks, and Post-Conference Reception

 

 

At Bet-C 2019 you will:

  • Reconnect with colleagues and expand your professional network
  • Gain new perspectives on school improvement and school safety
  • Learn more about best practices in equitable discipline
  • Understand the link between PBIS, family engagement, and student achievement
  • Stay up to date on the latest strategies to integrate technology
  • Earn up to 6 hours of professional development credit
  • Earn BCBA CEUs for selected sessions

Online Agenda

Please visit http://bet-c.org for detailed session descriptions. You can also Register here and read all about the conference, our Keynote speaker and see the Partner Exhibitor tables who will be with us!

 Is There Professional Development Available?

Yes, Up to 7 contact hours are available. Upon completion of a brief, online, post-conference survey, attendees will receive their certificate of completion.

Earn BCBA CEUs at 2019 BET-C!

Sarah A. Fefer PhD, BCBA

Assistant Professor of School Psychology, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Family School Partnerships within Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

Schools often struggle to effectively partner with all families, yet family participation and voice is essential to effective PBIS systems and practices. Examples of positive family partnering practices across all three tiers will be shared, with considerations for increasing engagement and reinforcement for families in order to support student behavior across contexts.

Positive Parent Contact: Promoting Family-School Partnership for Students with Challenging Behavior

Sarah will introduce a Tier 2 strategy called Positive Parent Contact (PPC) that was designed to encourage parent-teacher communication without placing additional demands on families, in a way that is also feasible and low-demand for teachers. Preliminary results show increased reciprocal communication between home and school and increased on-task behavior in the classroom as a result of the intervention.

Mike Linehan, MA, NCSP, BCBA- School Psychologist, Littleton Elementary School District

The 5 Rs of Social Emotional Behavioral Programming

The 5 Rs is a comprehensive, memorable and effective set of guiding principles used to train and support self-contained school teams working with students with significant emotional and behavioral needs. The 5 Rs are: Relationships, Readiness, Reinforcement, Redirection and Reintegration.

Megan Mann, BCBA, Clinical Consultant, Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center

Inclusive Recreational Programming: A Case Study

Inclusive programming can be particularly important for youth with autism to draw on opportunities to practice social skills, physical aptitude and increase motivation. It is vital to provide proper training and supports to families and staff to provide a meaningful recreational experience. In this training, participants will learn the benefits of inclusive recreational programs, effective strategies for an inclusive environment including behavioral skills training (BST), and explore ways to transform their current program to become more inclusive.

Read about more than 20 breakout sessions, including sessions offering BCBA credits, coming to BET-C 2019 this November 7th!

Our keynote address:

‘Building District Capacity to Systematically Improve Outcomes for All’

Heather George PhD- Research Professor in the Department of Child & Family Studies, University of South Florida

Register now at bet-c.org

 

The Art of Digital Teaching

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Conference Host, Odysseyware presents, “The Art of Digital Teaching” at BET-C 2016, in Phoenix, Arizona. The 5th annual Behavior, Education, Technology Conference is the ‘can’t miss’ event of the year for educators, community leaders, school administrators, school counselors and those looking to gain BCBA and professional development CEU’s.

Join Shawn Jensen, Professional Learning Specialist, at Odysseyware as he brings his expertise to BET-C attendees and illustrates, “The Art of Digital Teaching.” 

Based on and built around iNACOL’s National Standards for Quality Online Teaching, this hands-on session will introduce key concepts, skills, and strategies for incorporating digital elements in teaching. Learn how to model digital citizenship, how to identify appropriate web-based content, and how to use it to engage with learners, all of which will make you a more effective digital teacher.

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For over 15 years and in multiple industries, Shawn has been a trainer, teacher, professional development coach, and instructional designer. His passion is creating experiences where anyone can engage and learn. He loves hiking, watching movies, infrequently playing guitar, and building Lego sets with his kids. He is also a published illustrator of several children’s books.

Register for BET-C 2016 before October 14th and save $30.00!

*Mr. Jensen will present this session at 12:45 pm and 2:15 pm