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Presenter(s): Chris Huzinec

Traditional exclusionary disciplinary actions negatively impact all students. Unfortunately, these practices are most often used with students who can least afford to miss out on the instructional process, such as minorities, economically disadvantaged students, and students served in special education. This presentation uses the evaluation of a MTSS program to illustrate a systemic approach to reducing disciplinary actions, including identifying implicit bias, applying restorative justice, and integrating dispositional discipline data in a school’s data-driven decision-making process.  

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Presenter(s): Adam Bauserman, Debbie Wright, Chris Huzinec

As educators reengage with students, information about their behavioral strengths and areas of need play an important role in the decision-making process used with an MTSS framework. This presentation examines how using self-report behavioral screening allows students to convey the impact of this crisis has on their emotions, behaviors, and mental health. It then discusses how a large school district used this information to guide a well-supported reintegration.  

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Presenter(s): Cecil Reynolds, PhD

Students in special education with chronic and severe emotional and behavioral difficulties represent some of the most difficult students to instruct, yet research suggests that they are often under-identified and underserved. This training focuses on the development and application of a school-based model of assessment of emotional and behavioral disorders. This session addresses eligibility with an emphasis on developing an understanding of the student while obtaining a comprehensive diagnosis.  

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Presenter(s): Cecil Reynolds, PhD

“ADHD is like having a Ferrari brain with bicycle brakes.” A self-regulation disorder due to hypoactivity of key communication circuitry, ADHD is one of the most common child and adolescent behavior challenges. The good news is, if accurately diagnosed and treated, ADHD can be managed effectively at all ages.

This workshop focuses on accurate diagnosis of ADHD and its corollary symptoms with an emphasis on psychosocial and educational evidence-based interventions. The BASC-3 model of diagnosis and links to intervention is emphasized to enhance accuracy of diagnosis and interventions.
 

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Presenter(s): Randy Kamphaus, PhD

The BASC-3 Behavioral and Emotional Screening System (BASC-3 BESS) offers a reliable, quick, and systematic way to determine behavioral and emotional strengths and areas of need in PreK through adolescence.

This 90-minute webinar will serve to demonstrate the wide array of behaviors that represent both behavioral problems and strengths, and the convenience of the remote self-report forms. Participants will also learn how to use the results to choose data-based interventions and behavioral support practices for the individuals and groups of students screened.

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Presenter(s): Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD

The BASC-3 Flex Monitor is a revolutionary new tool that will allow psychologists to develop unique self-report and behavior rating scales that are then normed against the BASC-3 nationally standardized sample.

This webinar will focus on the development and clinical applications of the BASC-3 Flex Monitor as a means to improve treatment outcomes and guide interventions for individuals with emotional and behavioral disorders. Attendees will also learn how to develop individualized forms, evaluate change, and share forms with other members of a team.  

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This training will focus on development and application of a comprehensive approach to careful diagnosis and specific interventions for ADHD under the BASC-3 models of assessment and intervention.

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