Presentation Title

A Panel Discussion on PBIS Implementation in Early Childhood Settings

Presenter Information

Cassa AndrewsFollow

Brief Biography

Cassa Andrews, M.Ed., is the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Program Manager for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. She provides assistance to Georgia’s Pre-K classrooms to ensure the inclusion of children with disabilities and support to classrooms that have children with challenging behaviors. During her teaching career she taught preschool aged individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in both separate and inclusive environments. She also spends time overseas doing teacher training and workshops on Autism Spectrum Disorders and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Masters Degree in Special Education

Presentation Abstract

This session will be a panel discussion that will share details about how the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning and the Metropolitan Regional Educational Service Agency are implementing the Pyramid Model in early childhood settings in Georgia.

The panel will include Coaches and members of site leadership teams that have implemented the Pyramid Model in early childhood programs in order to ensure early learners are equipped with social emotional, developmentally appropriate practices that will lead to increased positive behavior and lifelong social emotional and academic success. The early stages of this process related school selection, teaming, training curriculum, data reporting as well as classroom coaching and practices will be shared.

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A Panel Discussion on PBIS Implementation in Early Childhood Settings

This session will be a panel discussion that will share details about how the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning and the Metropolitan Regional Educational Service Agency are implementing the Pyramid Model in early childhood settings in Georgia.

The panel will include Coaches and members of site leadership teams that have implemented the Pyramid Model in early childhood programs in order to ensure early learners are equipped with social emotional, developmentally appropriate practices that will lead to increased positive behavior and lifelong social emotional and academic success. The early stages of this process related school selection, teaming, training curriculum, data reporting as well as classroom coaching and practices will be shared.