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Tuesday 21 Nov 2017

Behavior, Education and Technology Conference February 23rd


If you’re not already planning to attend this conference, register today! This conference will educate you about Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and how these interventions and supports are critical for ALL students in schools today. From school-wide positive behavior to help kids find success, to bully prevention, to specialized support systems for students with more severe behaviors you’ll learn about everything that is necessary for a healthy and happy school environment where students of all abilities can learn and grow. Sign up today!

Date: February 23, 2012

Time: 8:30-5

Location: Desert Willow Conference Center, 4340 East Cotton Center Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85040

Registration: Register before January 31st to save $50 off the regular registration price of $199

Early Bird Registration price before January 31, 2012
$149
Registration price after January 31, 2012
$199
On Site Registration price on February 23, 2012
$229

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, AM and PM refreshments, parking, plus all materials and resources which will be posted online during and after the conference. Click here for more information and to register.

Occupy Education Together!

Be a part of the first annual conference on exponentially improving student achievement by addressing the primary cornerstones of learning in the 21st Century: Behavior, Education, and Technology. Learn how schools in Arizona are improving achievement and decreasing disruptive behaviors through Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and explore how you can leverage technology as a pillar of a strong education system.

This conference brings together experts from across the nation and showcases local expertise including superintendents, administrators, and teachers to share high quality research and practices in positively impacting student behavior and education using technology.

Keynote

Amplify Achievement: Alternatives to Suspension
“What can I do to get kicked out of school.” Some students actually set themselves up to be suspended and are rewarded if they act up. Many schools today still utilize suspension; even though it has been found to be an ineffective intervention. If we want to actively engage our students and promote academic achievement, we need to keep our students in school.

Beverley Holden Johns has 40 years experience working with students with learning disabilities (LD), and/or behavioral disorders (EBD) within the public schools.

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