Writing Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans

January 17, 2019

During this training we will dig deeper into the challenging behavior, walking participants through the process of creating a functional behavior analysis (FBA) through data analysis, and how to develop a behavioral intervention plan (BIP) based on the information from the FBA. Discussion will address key components to include in the FBA and BIP as well as writing goals and objectives that are clear and effective for the entire school team to implement.

Registration Fee: $110/person

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Supporting Children with Autism: A Training for Paraprofessionals (Lawton)

January 29-30, 2019

This two-day workshop is designed for paraprofessionals, teacher assistants, and Head Start providers who serve children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Practical information regarding how ASD effects classroom performance and effective supports is provided.

Registration Fee: $185/person

Location: Great Plains Career Technology Center, Lawton

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Including ALL Students: WHY, WHAT, and HOW

February 7, 2019

This workshop will provide information on why students with disabilities should be included and what an inclusive school looks like. Information will also include how to develop school-wide structures as well as develop individual student supports to promote access to the general curriculum and make progress on individual goals. Participants will have the opportunity to assess the strengths that already exist in their school or classroom and to identify areas in which they want to develop capacity to become more inclusive.

Presented by:
Carol Quirk, Ed.D.
Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education (MCIE)
Carol Quirk is an industry leader for inclusive education and one of the founders of MCIE. She received her B.A. and M.A. from the University of Connecticut, and her Ed.D. from the Johns Hopkins University. Over the last several years, Carol has been a key member of the national Professional Development in Autism Center and the SWIFT Center, a national school reform center based at the University of Kansas where she is an adjunct faculty member. Prior to MCIE, Carol was the Executive Director of an adult services agency in Baltimore City, a consultant to Philadelphia Public Schools, Early Intervention Specialist for MSDE, Director of Technical Assistance to Early Intervention Programs in North Carolina, and a special education teacher in Connecticut. Carol continues to support state and local education agencies in inclusive school transformation and works internationally to promote inclusive practices.

Registration Fee: $110/person

You must register online and receive confirmation for your registration to be complete.

Please fax purchase orders to (405) 842-9992.

Check/PO payable:
OUHSC-Child Study Center (EIN 73-1563627)
Attn: Liz Grafford
940 NE 13th Street, NT4904
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

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Writing Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans

January 11, 2019

During this training we will dig deeper into the challenging behavior, walking participants through the process of creating a functional behavior analysis (FBA) through data analysis, and how to develop a behavioral intervention plan (BIP) based on the information from the FBA. Discussion will address key components to include in the FBA and BIP as well as writing goals and objectives that are clear and effective for the entire school team to implement.

Registration Fee: $110/person

Registration Closed

Supporting Children with Autism: A Training for Paraprofessionals

February 12-13, 2019

This two-day workshop is designed for paraprofessionals, teacher assistants, and Head Start providers who serve children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Practical information regarding how ASD effects classroom performance and effective supports is provided.

Registration Fee: $185/person

Registration Closed

Challenging Behavior - Part I

November 1, 2018

This workshop is designed for educators serving students who have behaviors that challenge us to think differently.

Registration Fee: $110/person

Registration Closed

Enhancing Communication for Children with Autism

November 9, 2018

This workshop is designed for elementary educators and speech pathologists working with students with autism and related disabilities. Best practice for enhancing communication and serving students in the school setting will be discussed.

Registration Fee: $110/person

Registration Closed

Early Access

Autism Screenings & Awareness

Early Foundations

Early Intervention & Inclusivity

MESA Project

Professional Development