Presentation Title

A Structured PBIS Classroom for Emotional Behavioral Disordered Students

Brief Biography

Ms. Westmoreland has worked in the GNETS setting for the past 31 years. She has taught both regular education and special education and worked as a social worker with parents of SEBD students and students with autism. For the past 22 years she has served as a program manager at Coastal Georgia Comprehensive Academy supervising first the clinical part of the program and then the elementary component. She is passionate about helping students with emotional behavioral disorders become successful in the school and community setting and helping them learn successful coping strategies to deal with life’s situations.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Leslie C. Westmoreland Masters in Education

Cynthia Campbell Masters in Instructional Technology

Presentation Abstract

This presentation will focus on the use of structure and consistency within the PBIS classroom and school to help students make progress both behaviorally and academically. We will not only discuss our experiences implementing the PBIS system but we will also share how we paired and aligned PBIS with other research-based strategies and methods.

Practices that work, forms that we modified and created, and data sharing techniques will be explored. Basic classroom practices, setup, and structure that are essential to the success of students who have emotional and behavioral disorders will be shared. Other topics addressed will include behavior interventions, classroom schedules, staff roles, differentiating instruction, and positive recognition strategies.

Teachers will leave the session with techniques and ideas that will enhance student learning, help with behavior management, and increase teaching time.

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Dec 3rd, 2:00 PM Dec 3rd, 3:00 PM

A Structured PBIS Classroom for Emotional Behavioral Disordered Students

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This presentation will focus on the use of structure and consistency within the PBIS classroom and school to help students make progress both behaviorally and academically. We will not only discuss our experiences implementing the PBIS system but we will also share how we paired and aligned PBIS with other research-based strategies and methods.

Practices that work, forms that we modified and created, and data sharing techniques will be explored. Basic classroom practices, setup, and structure that are essential to the success of students who have emotional and behavioral disorders will be shared. Other topics addressed will include behavior interventions, classroom schedules, staff roles, differentiating instruction, and positive recognition strategies.

Teachers will leave the session with techniques and ideas that will enhance student learning, help with behavior management, and increase teaching time.