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January 19 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm MST$175
Sponsored by PCSNM with support from SWRECPlease join us as we address the behavior challenges facing students and staff as we’ve returned to in-person learning.
WHERE: Jewish Community Center – 5520 Wyoming Blvd NE, 87109
WHEN: January 19, 9am – 3pm (Check in begins at 8:45am)
FEE: $175 per participant (Lunch included)
DAN HILL, Attorney: DMH Law
DAN will review SAT from the legal perspective including the following:
· The statute (22-2C-6) and rule (NMAC 6.29.1) and OSEP Memos (11/07), and will also cover
· What happens to students once they enter the SAT process in terms of IDEA protections.
· Re-thinking SAT
· Adult behaviors – staff compliance
VAL BREA, Executive Director of the SWREC:
How strong MLSS and PLC processes ensure equitable student outcomes before, during and after SAT including:
· Layer 1 resources – strong classroom practices that are evidenced-based and visible
· Referring to layers 2 and 3 – before and when referrals are made
· What does a student study process look like in a PLC and the role of DATA
· Acceleration vs Remediation when working with struggling students – The Opportunity Myth
· Staff culture – the impact on student behavior and performance
· Strategies to help lessen the stress on staff, support staff and improve staff morale
JENN PENA, Ph.D., JMP Academy of Professional Development:
Once students have entered the SAT process, what happens next in terms of providing support, including:
· DATA – what is being used to make decisions?
· From SAT to MDT to IEP
· Adult requirements – engaging staff – strategies
· Enabling versus empowering students – accessing the GE curriculum
· Developing GOALS – impact of behavior on student performanceRegister