Free PowerPoint Presentations from Project ACHIEVE
PowerPoints Handouts from our Most Recent National/State Conference Presentations:
Over a typical year, we make approximately fifteen to twenty invited presentations at National and State professional conferences. Below are pdf's of various PowerPoint presentations (click on each title) from some of our more recent presentations.
- U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs OSEP Project Directors' Conference, July 21-23, Washington, DC.
Arkansas' Response to Intervention (RtI)/Closing the Achievement Gap (CTAP) Initiative: Scaling Up the State Improvement Grant's SPRINT Process for Systemic Implementation and Success
- The JP Associates Summer Institute on Direct and Effective Literacy Instruction, July 14-17, Atlanta, GA.
Project ACHIEVE: Systemic School-wide Improvement to Increase Student Engage and Accountability, Staff Consistency and Success, and Positive School Climate and Safety
- International Positive Behavioral Support Conference, March 27-28, Chicago, IL.
March 27 - PBS Success: Staff Cohesion, Discipline and Safety Perspectives, Office Referrals, Behavioral Interventions, and PBSS Implementation
March 28 - Transferring Positive Behavioral Support Success from One Year to the Next
- NCCREST National Conference on Disproportionality, February 8-9, Washington, DC.
Presentation 1: Effective Early Intervention and Response-to-Intervention Approaches: Ensuring that IDEA '04 Increases Equity while Decreasing Disproportionality
Presentation 2: Zero Tolerance versus Positive Behavioral Supports: An Effective School-wide Accountability System for Student Behavior
- Core Knowledge National Conference, November 10, Orlando, FL
Presentation 1: Why Behaviorally Challenging Students Act Up: The Seven “High-Hit” Reasons and How They Link to Intervention
Presentation 2: Teasing, Taunting, Bullying, Harassment, and Physical Aggression: Prevention, Strategic Intervention, and Crisis Management
- International Conference of the Association for Positive Behavior Support, March 25-27, St. Louis, MO.
Presentation 1: Disobedient, Disruptive, Defiant, and Disturbed Students: Behavioral Interventions for Challenging Students
Presentation 2: Integrating PBS into Continuous School Improvement Processes: Organizational Planning and Effective Implementation
PowerPoints Supporting Project ACHIEVE Implementation:
In order to provide more information regarding different parts of the Project ACHIEVE process, the following pdf's of various PowerPoint presentations (click on each title) are available to download and for your use.
PowerPoint 1-- Positive Behavioral Self-Management Systems: Blueprint and Building Readiness
This PowerPoint describes provides an evidence-based overview of the blueprint for Project ACHIEVE's Positive Behavioral Self-Management (PBSS) System, along with the characteristics needed by buildings before they begin to implement this PBSS approach.
PowerPoint 2-- Positive Behavioral Self-Management Systems: Skills, Accountability, Consistency, and Special Situations
This PowerPoint describes research underlying the four most critical interdependent components of a PBSS approach, along with practical examples of how the research translates into practice. The discussion also shows how a preventive system is needed as the core of a continuum that helps to address more complex "special situations" like teasing, taunting, bullying, harassment, and physical aggression in schools.
PowerPoint 3-- The Stop & Think Social Skills Program: Understanding the Language and "Skills and Scripts"
This PowerPoint describes how and why the Stop & Think language works, and why students learn best when they are taught using a cognitive behavioral approach of "skills and scripts."
PowerPoint 4-- Teaching the Stop & Think Social Skills: The Social Skill Lesson
This PowerPoint describes the critical elements of a Stop & Think Social Skills lesson.
PowerPoint 5-- The Stop & Think Calendar and Teaching Classroom and Building Routines
This PowerPoint describes how the Stop & Think Social Skills process is organized at the grade- and building-levels through a week-by-week Social Skills calendar and through ongoing instruction and reinforcement of classroom and building routines.
PowerPoint 6-- Positive Behavioral Self-Management Systems: Preparing for a Successful School Year
This PowerPoint describes the organizing activities that are needed to implement and institutionalize the PBSS process in a school such that is becomes "normal operating procedure" and self-sustaining.