Biography of Primary Presenter

Dr. Robbie Vincent currently serves as a Special Education Specialist with the Rome City School District. She is beginning her 23rd year in education and during this time, has served as a classroom teacher in grades 1-8, an instructional coach, an assistant principal at elementary and middle school level, and a district level special education specialist. She has also served on district PBIS teams and as a PBIS coach in two different school districts and was instrumental during district-wide implementation. Dr. Vincent has also held the position of adjunct professor at Shorter University. Her area of research interest includes peer-coaching, teacher efficacy, and the implementation of new curricula and strategies. Dr. Vincent and her husband reside in Rome, Georgia and are the proud parents of three teenage sons.

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Doctorate Degree

Presentation Abstract

Dr. Robbie Vincent and the Rome City School team will be presenting on effective strategies to start and sustain a positive school climate. The strategies will be applicable and relevant to elementary, middle, and high school levels. Developing positive teacher morale, establishing a positive school climate and fostering teacher, student, and parent buy-in will be topics of discussion. The presenters will also share methods and suggestions for PBIS implementation to include: first steps, team selection, and behavior recognition systems. Parent and community involvement are critical components to successfully implementing and sustaining Positive Behavior Intervention Supports. The presenters will offer suggestions for parent and community involvement. Participants will walk away with ideas and strategies that have proven to be successful during our district-wide PBIS implementation.

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Start Up Strategies for PBIS Implementation

Dr. Robbie Vincent and the Rome City School team will be presenting on effective strategies to start and sustain a positive school climate. The strategies will be applicable and relevant to elementary, middle, and high school levels. Developing positive teacher morale, establishing a positive school climate and fostering teacher, student, and parent buy-in will be topics of discussion. The presenters will also share methods and suggestions for PBIS implementation to include: first steps, team selection, and behavior recognition systems. Parent and community involvement are critical components to successfully implementing and sustaining Positive Behavior Intervention Supports. The presenters will offer suggestions for parent and community involvement. Participants will walk away with ideas and strategies that have proven to be successful during our district-wide PBIS implementation.