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Summer Conference 2019

We are excited for this years summer conference for special educators.

Please see the attached details about each of the breakout sessions: Special-Education-Summer-Conference-Bios-2019
For a one page brief overview you can use this flier: Summer Conference Handout 2019 updated

This years summer conference will be held August 5th at Elk Ridge Middle School 
Please sign up for the summer conference on JPLS
The course is:
101190
The section ID is:
115680

Registration/Breakfast 7:45-8:15

Introduction and Keynote 8:15- 10:30

Maintaining Individualized Behavior Supports Sarah Pinkelman Auditorium Carr et al_2013_An Assessment-based Solution to a Human-Service Employee Performance Problem

Contextual Fit in Schools

NIRN Hexagon Discussion Analysis Tool v2.2

PIC_NIC

Breakout Session 1             from 10:40-11:55

Title Presenter(s) Room Materials
 Function-based Approach to Designing the Instructional Environment Sarah Pinkelman (Administrative Strand) Auditorium
Never Say Anything a Kid Can Say: Number Talks to Elicit Student Thinking Malia Hite, Ed D 705 Slides here
Difficult Situations: Do’s and Don’ts for Staying Calm, Keeping the Peace, Following the Law Melisa Genaux 806
The Many Paths to Higher Education Richard Gonzalez, MBA 207
Higher Order Thinking Strategies for Students with severe Disabilities Jen Birrell, Jen Jarrard, Ami Shah, Ed.D 203 Higher Order Thinking Strategies Final for Summer Conference
JSD UATT Basics: Referrals, Evaluations, AT Considerations, and Common Equipment Mark Gardner 707
Dynamic Assessment & Language Intervention for DLL – Evidence Based Assessment & Intervention Approaches Douglas B. Petersen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP 210
Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Student Learning McKinley Withers, Sharon Steadman, Holly Todd, Gayle Threet, Kevin Mossel, Alyssa Topham 208
Foundational Skills For Language - Preschool Focus Kimber Neddo 808
Lunch 11:55-1:00 Cafeteria
Breakout Session 2       1:00-2:15
Title Presenter Room Materials
Special Education Law Basics and Avoiding Litigation Joan Andrews 207
Productive Struggle for All: Supported Struggle for Mathematical Understanding Malia Hite, Ed.D. 705
Training Para-Educators: Going from 0 to 60 Christian Sabey, Ph.D., BCBA-D 707
Behavior Boot Camp: Addressing Challenging Behaviors in Schools Keith Radley, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP 210
Building Core Vocabulary Amelia LePrey, Rebecca McPartland & Scot Wahlquist, Coughdrop 806 Communication Workshop AAC Core word Lesson Strategies.

Supporting our AAC Users

Tools and Strategies for a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom and School McKinley Withers, Sharon Steadman, Holly Todd, Gayle Threet, Kevin Mossel,     Alyssa Topham 208
Supporting the Development of Phonological Awareness: What, Why, and How Cindy Jones Ph.D., Nanette Watson Media Center Cindy Jones, Teaching Text Structure article

PA PP #3 Final

Jordan District Presentation QA Text Structure QA Graphic Organizer

Navigating State Assessment Options: Participation, Accountability & Alternate Assessments in Utah Brooke Anderson 203
Mindfulness for Young Children and for You – Preschool Focus  Brenda Straley 808
Snack Break Provided from JEA 2:15-2:30
Breakout Session 3          2:30- 3:45
Title Presenter Room Materials
Special Ed. JSD – Administrator Session Kim Lloyd 203
Data-Based Decisions: How to engage in this equitable practice Malia Hite, Ed.D. 705
Special Education Law Basics and Avoiding Litigation Joan Andrews 207
Difficult Situations – Do’s and Don’ts for Staying Calm, Keeping the Peace, Following the Law Melisa Genaux 806
FBAs and BIPs: Beyond completing the form Christian Sabey, Ph.D., BCBA-D 707
Evidence-based Strategies for Improving Social and Behavioral Outcomes for Students  with ADS Keith Radley Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP 210
End the RTI Guessing Game: What Works for ELs and Why Krista Mecham, Shasta Burton, Tammy Fuller & Sheri Sample 208
How Teachers can use Text Structure to Improve Student Comprehension and Writing Cindy Jones Ph.D., Georgia Bunnell, Janet Breitenstein Media center
Reading Readiness Strategies that Work – Preschool Focus Michelle Lovell 808