Thursday, July 27 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Building Your Red Thread of Collaboration: Supporting Success in Behavior

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A red thread has been used to symbolize togetherness, themes, and connection dating back to greek mythology.  Thus, how do you create a red thread in the area of behavior instruction? Whether you have supports in place or are just starting, we will show you how to create a conceptual map to create your theme for the year.  After attending this session, participants will be able to assess their work by becoming familiar with an implementation tool for PBIS and how to use the Google platform to organize the work.  This session is open to administrators, teachers, and school specialists.  After leaving this session, you will hear from various school perspectives on how to build a theme that will carry your work to student success in behavior.  

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Everett Barr-Hertel

School Counselor, Atkinson Elementary, Portland Public School
Originally from Bellingham, WA, I graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Arts from Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in 2006. While at PLU, I also earned minors in Spanish, Philosophy, Religion, and was very active in campus activities. After graduation, I served as an Americorps*V... Read More →
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Ivonne Dibblee

Principal, Atkinson Elementary
Ivonne began her path in education after moving to Portland and completing her Masters in Education.  She is a doctoral candidate at Portland State University and her work focuses on characteristics of leadership and their correlation to the success of English language Learners... Read More →
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Rian Ford

5th Grade Teacher, Atkinson Elementary
Rian grew up in the Portland area. He has been teaching 4th and 5th grade for five years. He is an avid reader, amateur scientist, part-time explorer, and Wizard in Residence at Atkinson Elementary.

Thursday July 27, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Huntington Beach I & II

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