Presentation Title

One Size Does Not Fit All - Personalizing PBIS for Your School

Brief Biography

Ms. Tracee Ragland was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She has been committed to affecting change through math instruction for nine years. She has received degress from Grambling State University (B.S./Marketing) and National- Louis University (M.Ed./Curriculum and Instruction).

Currently, Ms. Ragland is completing her doctorate in Educational Leadership at Univeristy of Phoenix. Her belief in life-long learning resonates in her classroom daily, as she encourages students to strive for the highest level of enlightenment.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Tracee Ragland - Master of Education in Education

Tara Moore - Educational Specialist

Tiauna Crooms - Masters of Science in Education

Presentation Abstract

This session is designed to showcase how Brown Middle School Implements PBIS. Participants will learn how to personalize and implement PBIS according to school needs. Presenters will expose how student demographics, community demographics and history is used to drive school-wide re-culturing efforts all while maximizing school based resources to implement the goals of PBIS. Presenters will show how the Historic West End District comes alive in Brown Middle School, promoting respect for self, school, and community through the utilization of community outreach programs such as the WREN's Nest (mentor organization for student authors), Patchworks Farm (community organization that teaches our students agriculture), HBCU Rising STEM Mentor Organization (mentoring students to enhance their knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Come witness PBIS, the Brown Way!

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Dec 3rd, 9:45 AM Dec 3rd, 10:45 AM

One Size Does Not Fit All - Personalizing PBIS for Your School

University Center 460/465

This session is designed to showcase how Brown Middle School Implements PBIS. Participants will learn how to personalize and implement PBIS according to school needs. Presenters will expose how student demographics, community demographics and history is used to drive school-wide re-culturing efforts all while maximizing school based resources to implement the goals of PBIS. Presenters will show how the Historic West End District comes alive in Brown Middle School, promoting respect for self, school, and community through the utilization of community outreach programs such as the WREN's Nest (mentor organization for student authors), Patchworks Farm (community organization that teaches our students agriculture), HBCU Rising STEM Mentor Organization (mentoring students to enhance their knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Come witness PBIS, the Brown Way!