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ILLINOIS COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS

 

2022 WINTER DRIVE IN CONFERENCE

 

PERSEVERANCE IN THE CLASSROOM

 

Hyatt Regency Lisle Hotel in Lisle, IL

Friday, February 4th-Saturday, February 5th

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH

 

4:00-6:00 p.m.

Janice L. Gont, Assistant Professor, Aurora University, “Strengthening Student Self-Awareness Through Goal Setting and Self-Assessment Strategies”

 

Dr. Melanie Unterman, Retired Special Education Teacher/Consultant, “Service Based Learning”

 

7:15-9:15 p.m. 

Vinni Hall, Roosevelt University, Florah Luseno, Chicago State University, and Carmille Talley, “Special Education Crisis Help Line”

 

Jonathan Masters, Educator and Consultant, “Flip Phones for Kids” 

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH

 

8:00-9:00 a.m.

Jennifer Buchter, Christina Edmunds-Behrend, and Cori Moore, Eastern Illinois University, “Supporting Rural Schools in Eliminating Exclusion & Restraint: A Community-Based Approach.”

 

Samuel Whitley, Psychologist, and Henry Bass, Doctoral Candidate, The Impact of Sleep on School Functioning: Trying to Wake Up on the Right Side of the Bed.”

 

Beverley H. Johns, Learning and Behavior Consultant. “You Can’t Make Me: Working with Students with Oppositional Defiant Behaviors.”

 

Gerardo Moreno, Northeastern Illinois University, Cultivating Educator Cultural Competency: Bridging the Diversity Rift

 

9:15-10:15 a.m.

Josh Carlson, Knowledge Center at Chaddock, “Self Awareness and Your Role in the Relationship”

 

Heather Volchko, Behavior Consultant, “But I Can’t See it: Supporting Internalizers in the Classroom” 

 

Jonathan Masters, Educator and Consultant, “Behavior Programs with Bite

 

Michelle Trager, Advocate, “What You Need to Know About Fetal Alcohol Syndrome” 

 

10:30-11:30 a.m.

Neal Takiff and Shermin Ali-Andani, Attorneys at Law, Whitted Takiff, LLC. “Physical Restraints, Time Outs, and Other Hot Topics”

 

Cori Moore & Jennifer Buchter, Eastern Illinois University, “Self-Injurious Behavior as Communication: Intervention Ideas”

 

Jonathan Masters, Educator and Consultant, “Kindness in Krisis

 

Beverley H. Johns, Learning and Behavior Consultant. “Low Level Aggression: First Steps on the Way to High-Level Aggression”  

 

11:45-1:20 p.m.

Keynote Luncheon (Included with Registration) - Rick Van Acker, University of Illinois at Chicago

 

1:30 – 2:30 p.m. 

Meg Carroll, Saint Xavier University, “How Teachers Can Respond to Challenging Behavior Paired with Language Barriers”

 

Patricia Kubistal, Chicago Public Schools, “Why We Believe Fake News and Other Things: Teaching Our Students Critical Thinking Skills”

 

Heather Volchko, Behavior Consultant, “I Can’t Handle All of That: Supporting Externalizers in the Classroom”

 

Shelley Kenow, Consultant, “The Team: Working and Collaborating with Parents” 

 

2:45-3:45 p.m.

 

Cary Knox, Teacher and Author, “Identifying Socially At-Risk Students: Concrete Examples on How to Mentor the Identified Child”

 

Cori Moore, Jennifer Buchter, Eastern Illinois University, “Troubleshooting Reinforcement”

 

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

 

Richard Van Acker, University of Illinois, Chicago, “Prevention and Management of Challenging Behavior in the School and Classroom - Addressing the Backlash of the Pandemic

 

 

 

 

 

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