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ILLINOIS COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS

 

2020 WINTER DRIVE IN CONFERENCE

 

 

20/20: EYE ON THE CLASSROOM

 

 

February 8th and 9th, 2019

 

The Illinois Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders is proud to sponsor Winter Conference 2020. Held at Hyatt Lisle Hotel, we welcome all education personnel, parents, and future educators to join us in two days of learning, networking, and sharing knowledge to better the lives of students with disabilities. 

 

Friday, January 31st

 

4:00-6:00 PM  PRESENTATIONS 

 

 

Dr. Richard Van Acker, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois, Chicago--Classroom social groups and their role in supporting undesired and challenging behavior: Exploration of ways teachers can intervene to promote improved behavior.

 

Lindsay Rossmiller, Music Therapist: Head of Expressive Therapy Dept. at Camelot Education--Fostering Creative Health in the Classroom Through Art and Music “The shift from punitive toward positive has left a lot of programs in flux.

 

6:00-7:15 PM TEN-MINUTE TAKE-AWAYS 

 

Bev Johns, Professional Fellow, MacMurray College

6:05 – 6:15 pm--One Effective Behavior Management Tool That Can Make a Positive Difference

6:20 – 6:30 pm--Halting Aggression from the Beginning

6:35 – 6:45 pm--Anxiety: Five Tips for Reducing

 

6:00-7:15 PM  POSTER SESSIONS

 

 

7:15-9:15 PM PRESENTATIONS 

 

Michelle Laird, Special Education Director, Troy Unified School District and Lisa Cipriano, Special Educator, Valley View Schools--Problem Solving Around Tough Behaviors

 

Joshua Carlson, Associate Director, Chaddock--The Cost of Caring: Managing Vicarious Trauma, Compassion Fatigue, and Burnout

 

Saturday, February 1st

 

8:00-9:00 AM  PRESENTATIONS 

 

Gerardo Moreno, Professor, Department of Special Education, Northeastern Illinois University--The State of Zero Tolerance Practices in Illinois: Lessons Learned Since 2015

 

Heather Volchko, Med, BCBA, District Wide ED Behavior Consultant--Context is Key: Considering the Whole Child When Deriving Function

 

Shelley Kenow, Special Education teacher--3 C’s of Behavior Management—Caring, Consistent, Consequences; Ways to build relationships and Time for Time

 

Jonathan Masters, Author, teacher, consultant--Kindness in Crisis

 

Samuel Whitley, School Psychologist--A Review of Electronically Based Mental Health Tools: Barriers, Tools, and Considerations for Use

 

9:15-10:15 AM  PRESENTATIONS

 

Lynn Stafford, Instructional Services Coordinator and Justin Drennen, Instructional Specialist, Easter Seals Academy, Machesney Park--Addressing Behavior Through Community-Based Instruction

 

Katie Schweizer, Board Certified Behavior Analysts--What is ABA? How to Use It in the Classroom?

 

William Moore, Middle School Teacher--Schools Not a Place for People Like You: Relationships and Resiliency

 

Stephanie Woodley, Jennifer Stringfellow, Michael Arrigoni, Rebeccah Dyer, Benjamin Shank, and Chelsea Ward--Behavior Interventions: Theory to Practice

 

Steve Vaupel--Understanding PTSD in Children

 

10:30-11:30 AM PRESENTATIONS  

 

Shermin Ali and Neal Takiff, Attorneys at Law, Whitted and Takiff Law--Physical Restraints and Isolated Time Outs:School Utilization, Compliance and Best Practices

 

Jonathan Masters, Author, teacher, consultant--Destructive to Productive: Creating a Restorative Justice Culture; Restorative Contract

 

Cary Knox, Special Education Teacher, Meredosia Schools--From Selfies to Selflessness

 

Dr. Tom Reilly, Professor Emeritus, Chicago State University--A Walk in the Dark: How Do We Assess and Meet the Needs of our Students

 

11:45-1:20 LUNCHEON 

 

Representative Jonathan Carroll

 

1:30-2:30 PM PRESENTATIONS  

 

Patricia Kubistal, Retired Administrator, Chicago Public Schools--Pavlov’s Dog and the Smart Phone

 

Margaret Kelly Carroll, Professor, Saint Xavier University,--Executive Function, Pre-correction Strategies, and Culturally Responsive Teaching

 

Janice Gont, K-12 Sped. Curriculum Coordinator, West Aurora School District 129--Reflect, Rethink, Re-engage!

 

Jan Writer, Benedictine--Enable Me! Visual Supports that Foster the Positive Performance of Students with Challenging Behavior

 

2:45-3:45 PM PRESENTATIONS 

 

Ashley Gomez, BCBA and Teresa M. Stemen, BCBA, District Wide Behavior Specialist, CUSD #200, Wheaton--No, the little word with a big meaning

 

Jonathan Masters--The Superhero in Every Educator

 

Ed Cancio, Professor, University of Toledo, Toledo, Illinois--Implementing an Effective Social Skills Program

 

Regina Aniolowski, Assistant Principal, The Cove School--The Thrill of Amusement Park Classroom Management & Positive Behavior Support

 

Heather Volchko, Med, BCBA, District-Wide Behavior Consultant--Which Lens Do I Use: The Observer’s Cultural Impact on FBA Outcomes

 

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