Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support will be held on Sunday through Tuesday, June 7-9, 2015 at the Coastal Georgia Center.
The Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a two and a half day annual conference that provides training for schools and districts for developing school-wide behavioral intervention plans. During this year’s conference, participants will have the option of choosing from three strands for PBIS implementation. Sessions will emphasize preventing school-wide challenging behaviors, teaching desired school-wide behaviors and routines, and ensuring consistency among staff. At the completion of the conference, teachers will have plans and the materials necessary for effective and effi- cient implementation.
Among the speakers for this conference are Joe Johnson, M.A. LSC, National Speaker & Student Engagement Technician (Joe Johnson Group & Future 4 Teens) Gainesville, FL, Dr. Eric Landers Dr. Terrance M. Scott, Dr. Kristine Jolivette, Dr. Breyan Haizlip. The Haizlip Group, LLC, Licensed Professional Counselor, Statesboro, GA and Dr. Michelle Flowers, District Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) /School Discipline Coordinator, Bibb County School District, Macon, GA, Joe Johnson, M.A. LSC National Speaker & Student Engagement Technician (Joe Johnson Group & Future 4 Teens) Gainesville,
Joe Johnson is a former standout college athlete who understands the importance of education and mentoring our youth in as many ways as possible. As a Licensed School Counselor, he has worked in a variety of K-12 school settings, but has also done extensive work in higher education serving as a Recruitment & Program Coordinator in the College of Education and an Assistant Director in the Office of Academic Support at the University of Florida.
In 2012 he started his company, “Joe Johnson Group” and has quickly become one of the fastest growing speakers and educational consultants in the country. Known around the country as “Joe Johnson Speaks”, Johnson continues his work with youth in the Midwest and Florida through an organization called Future 4 Teens (F4T), established by him and F4T partners.
Why School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support? Schoolwide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) is a systemic framework for addressing challenging behaviors within schools. The goal is to increase the academic and social behavior outcomes for all students. School-wide PBIS is the behavioral part of the Response to Intervention (RtI) triangle that is currently implemented in more than 10,000 US schools. For more information on the please visit academics.georgiasouthern.edu/ ce/ conferences/ pbis/pbisagenda/