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Region F: Making Behavioral Decisions Based on Data
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Region F: Making Behavioral Decisions Based on Data

Having retired from Branch Intermediate School District in June, 2018, Denise is a former Special Education Teacher directing her focus toward sharing experiences and knowledge beyond a single district. In this endeavor, she hopes to have a positive impact on children throughout the state and beyond. Denise strives to assist professionals in collecting behavioral data, compiling the data into professional reports, and using these reports to make data-driven decisions.

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When: Wednesday, October 10, 2018
8:30 AM
Where: Conference Center
2111 Pontiac Lake Rd
Waterford, Michigan  48328
United States
Contact: Stacey Schoenherr
2482092252

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Presented By: Denise Wilson

 

Special Education Teacher Consultant

 

Having retired from Branch Intermediate School District in June, 2018, Denise is a former Special Education Teacher directing her focus toward sharing experiences and knowledge beyond a single district. In this endeavor, she hopes to have a positive impact on children throughout the state and beyond. Denise strives to assist professionals in collecting behavioral data, compiling the data into professional reports, and

using these reports to make data-driven decisions.

 

Workshop Objectives Include:

Effective behavior planning must be based on data. With little time and great need, school staff require quality tools to help narrow the focus and pinpoint areas of difficulty. They require research-based

intervention ideas and need the knowledge to put this all together to make informed data-based plans and decisions.

 

In this presentation, we will:

*explore ways to study the many behavioral challenges that children present

*examine a variety of computer-based tools that compile behavioral data into a format that guides discussion and suggests solutions

*learn about and share data collection tools

~ tools are readily available and free (or very inexpensive).

~tools require NO TRAINING, are simple to use, and include everything needed to collect, compile, and report data at the classroom level

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