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2012 Association for Positive Behavior Support Conference Presentations by PBS Kansas Members

Exploring Topics Related to PBS Across Waiver Services Using Mixed Methods Research
Matt Enyart and Kelcey Schmitz, University of Kansas

Improving Quality of Life for Individuals Across the Lifespan: Missouriís Interagency Team
Missouri State-wide PBS Logic Model
Tiered Supports Program
Terry Bigby, Diane Feeley, Rachel Freeman, Julia LePage, and Teresa Rodgers

PBS-Kansas: Enhancing Systems to Improve Quality of Life for All Kansans
Matt Enyart, Kelcey Schmitz, and Nan Perrin, University of Kansas

Systems to Prepare and Implement Behavior Support at the Tier 2 Level
Tier 2 Module
Guide for Grade Level Meetings
Grade Level Meetings: Behavior Worksheet
Lori Newcomer, Rachel Freeman, and Susan Barrett

Positive Behavior Support for Families: Effective Strategies to Address Your Childís Behavior.
Amy McCart, Diane Bannerman Juracek, and Nikki Wolf, University of Kansas

Additional Resources

  • Lane, K. L., Rogers, L. A., Parks, R. J., Weisenbach, J. L., Mau, A. C., Merwin, M. T., & Bergman, M. A. (2007). Function-based interventions for students who are nonresponsive to primary and secondary prevention efforts: Illustrations at the elementary and middle school levels. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders,15(3), 169-183.

  • Lane, K. L., Eisner, S. L., Kretzer, J., Bruhn, A. L., Crnobori, M., Funke, L., Lerner, T., & Casey, A. (2009). Outcomes of functional assessment-based interventions for students with and at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders in a job-share setting. Education and Treatment of Children, 32(4), 573-604.

For additional presentations visit the 2012 APBS Conference page. (www.apbs.org)

Freeman: Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support: Systems Needed to Change Behavior at Tiers 2 and 3

Syracuse Elementary PUPS Article Ė From Syracuse Journal, September 21, 2011

PBS Kansas Introduction to PBS Packet

Useful References

  • Hemmeter, M. L., Fox, L., & Doubet, S. (2006). Together we can: An early childhood centerís program wide approach to addressing challenging behavior. Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series, 8, 1-14

  • Horner, R.H, Sugai, G., Todd, A.W., & Lewis-Palmer, T. (2005). Schoolwide positive behavior support. In L.M. Bambara & L. Kern (Eds.), Individualized supports for students with problem behaviors (pp. 359-390). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

PBS-Kansas Monograph
Freeman, R. Perrin, N., Irvin, L., Vincent, C., Newcomer, L., Moore, M., et al. (2010). Positive behavior support across the lifespan: Expanding the concept of statewide planning for large scale organizational systems change (PBS Kansas Monograph No. 1). Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies.

Autism Across the Lifespan Conference
Freeman, R, Perrin, N., & Schmitz, K. (2009). Fostering partnerships with families, professionals, and the greater community using positive behavior support (PBS). Autism Across the Lifespan: A Conference for Professionals and Families. Wichita, Kansas. November 6-7, 2009.

Past Distance Learning Events
If you are looking for materials from the June 3, 2009 event, the September 24, 2008 event or the April 29, 2008 event, please visit the Event Archive

Scott Perry's PBS Song
Windows Media File
Instructions for connecting the sound file to the slide show.

Implementation Research: A Synthesis of the Literature
Dean Fixsen and Colleagues
Download the monograph from the Clinical Trials Network Dissemination Library

Positive Behavior Support: Roots, Ruts, and Recipes
(A History of PBS)

Glen Dunlap, Ph.D., Research Professor, University of South Florida
Keynote Presentation at the 5th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support (March 2008)

Updating the Behavior Engineering Model
by Charles Chevalier, Ph.D.
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