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EVENTS

See below for a list of upcoming events in which NCLII Scholars are participating.

OCTOBER 2019

Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children 2019 Conference
Dallas, TX
October 1-4, 2019

Presentation: “Lessons Learned from Early Childhood Team-based Problem-solving: Linking Problems to Solutions”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Maria L. Hugh
NCLII Faculty: LeAnne Johnson
Additional Presenters: Andrea Ford (University of Minnesota), Brenna Rudolph (University of Minnesota)

Presentation: “Observing and Coaching Classroom Interactions that Promote Active Achievement”
Presenter:
NCLII Faculty: LeAnne Johnson
NCLII Scholar: Maria L. Hugh
Additional Presenters: Andrea Ford (University of Minnesota), Brenna Rudolph (University of Minnesota)

Presentation: “Opportunities to Respond in Inclusive Preschool Environments: The What, Why, and How”
Presenter:
NCLII Faculty: LeAnne Johnson
NCLII Scholar: Maria L. Hugh
Additional Presenters: Andrea Ford (University of Minnesota), Kelsey Young (University of Minnesota)

National PBIS Leadership Forum
Chicago, IL
October 3-4, 2019

Presentation: “Classroom Management in High Schools: A Systematic Review”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson

Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders Conference
Tempe, AZ
October 24-26,2019

Presentation: “Classroom Management Planning: Building Your Repertoire of Strategies for Your Classroom”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson
Additional Presenters: Nicolette Grasley-Boy (University of Florida), Ashley MacSuga-Gage (University of Florida)

Presentation: “The Many Uses of Direct Behavior Rating (DBR)”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson
Additional Presenter: Laura Kern (University of South Florida)

NOVEMBER 2019

CEC Teacher Education Division Conference
New Orleans, LA
November 5-9, 2019

Presentation: “Using Video Analysis to Support Pre-service Teachers’ Use of Positive Classroom Management Practices”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson
Additional Presenter: Janet Van Lone (Bucknell University)

Presentation: “Preparing Educators to Work with Students with Persistent and Intensive Behavior Problems”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholars: Sarah Wilkinson, Brittany Sterrett
Additional Presenters: Skip Kumm (former NLCII Scholar, University of Alabama), Caitlyn Majeika (former NCLII Scholar, University of North Texas)

15th Annual New England Positive Behavior Support Forum
Norwood, MA
November 14-15,2019

Presentation: “Get More Bang for Your Buck: Providing Students with Choice”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson

Presentation: “Tier I Classroom Management Practices in High Schools”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson

FEBRUARY 2020

Council for Exceptional Children 2020 Convention and Expo
Portland, OR
February 5-8, 2020

Presentation: “Development, Validation, and Application of the Classroom Management Observation Tool”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson
NCLII Faculty: Brandi Simonsen, Jennifer Freeman
Additional Presenter: Xin Xu (University of Connecticut)

Presentation: “Providing Students with Choice during Instruction: Does the Type of Choice Matter?”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson
Additional Presenter: Sara Estrapala (University of Iowa)

Presentation: “Reading Interventions for Students with and At-risk for Dyslexia”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Christy Austin
Additional Presenters: Elizabeth Stephens (Georgia State University); Colby Hall (The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston)

Pacific Coast Research Conference
San Diego, CA
February 20-22, 2020

Presentation: “Instruction Linking Word Reading and Word Meaning”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Christy Austin

Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders
February 27-29, 2020
Kansas City, MO

Presentation: “Filling Your Toolkit: Planning to Implement Effective Classroom Management Strategies”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson
Additional Presenters: Nicolette Grasley-Boy (University of Florida), Ashley MacSuga-Gage (University of Florida)

Presentation: “Instructional Choice in the Classroom: Does the Type of Choice Matter?”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Sarah Wilkinson

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