Presentation Title

Positive Behavior Support System That Works- School-Wide, Classroom, and Home

Brief Biography

The Cloverleaf School is a private, non-profit school in Atlanta that specializes in educating children grades K-6th with ADHD, autism, and other learning differences to equip them with the skills needed to navigate the world with confidence. Whole body learning is emphasized in small classes with a comprehensive, student-centered curriculum implemented by teachers skilled in multisensory and differentiated instruction. At Cloverleaf, students embody the four pillars of our foundation by being capable, connected, considerate, and creative.

Katherine McGee co-founded The Cloverleaf School in 2012 and is now the Director of Admissions and Counseling. In addition to teaching phonics and social skills to children with neurological differences, she also has a teenager with special needs. This provides Katherine with a unique perspective that she uses to work with parents, as well.

Jen Owen, founding teacher and Executive Director and Principal of The Cloverleaf School, is currently pursuing a Specialist degree in Educational Leadership. She has been a leader in implementing inquiry-based, student-directed learning at Cloverleaf, as well as in connecting with students on a person-to-person level to build a positive learning community for all. Jen began and continues to expand the school’s peer observation and teacher coaching program to develop confident, reflective teachers.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Katherine McGee, Bachelor of Science

Jen Owen, Master of Education

Presentation Abstract

The Cloverleaf School serving students with learning differences successfully implements a school-wide positive behavior support system that builds student independence, encourages self-reflection, and promotes positive behaviors. This system includes broad proactive measures, and can still accommodate for individualization and increased/more focused interventions. It also allows for seamless extension of school-to-home plans. This presentation will outline the steps to develop and implement a positive behavior support system in your school, classroom, or home.

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Positive Behavior Support System That Works- School-Wide, Classroom, and Home

The Cloverleaf School serving students with learning differences successfully implements a school-wide positive behavior support system that builds student independence, encourages self-reflection, and promotes positive behaviors. This system includes broad proactive measures, and can still accommodate for individualization and increased/more focused interventions. It also allows for seamless extension of school-to-home plans. This presentation will outline the steps to develop and implement a positive behavior support system in your school, classroom, or home.