Of the many presentations and workshops offered by Randy Sprick and Safe & Civil Schools associates, those listed below may accept public registration.
Please note that registration at each of the following events may be limited and/or may involve a fee. Contact the agency listed under each event for more information and availability.
October 20, 2016, 1 PM PT
Picture Perfect: Video Self-Modeling for Behavior Change
Join Melissa Bray and Melissa Root, authors of Picture Perfect: Video Self-Modeling for Behavior Change, for an introduction to this powerful intervention. Video Self-Modeling uses carefully planned and edited videos that allow students to view themselves performing a task, skill, or behavior at mastery. Research shows this intervention can help students learn classroom routines and transitions, appropriate replacement behaviors for aggression and tantrums, language pragmatics, and more.
NVASP (Nevada Association of School Psychologists)
October 22, 2016
Las Vegas, NV
Featured presentation by Randy Sprick: Early-stage behavioral interventions to bridge the divide between Tier 1 and Tiers 2 and 3.
National Youth At Risk Conference West
October 23–25, 2016
San Antonio, TX
Connections author Mickey Garrison will explain how to implement a check-and-connect system to increase student connectedness.
CASP (Connecticut Association of School Psychologists) Fall Conference
November 11, 2016
University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
Randy Sprick will present "Creating and Implementing a Full Continuum of SRBI for Behavior (MTSS-B)." This session provides detailed view of a comprehensive and positive approach to schoolwide discipline and individual student intervention. Participants learn how to evaluate their current continuum of services—identifying both strengths and areas needing improvement.
AccuTrain—Wired Differently Conference
November 11–13, 2016
Plenary session, "Reducing Barriers to Learning Within a Multi-Tiered System of Support" by Randy Sprick, explores how to intertwine effective instructional practices with effective behavior management techniques to reduce barriers such as absenteeism, off-task behavior, and student apathy, and increase student achievement.
Getting Rti and MTSS to the Next Level
November 17–18, 2016
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Tennessee
Join Mark Shinn, Alan Coulter, Randy Sprick and other leaders for this informative conference on MTSS.
Randy Sprick will deliver "Behavior Support: Focus on Continuous Improvement," a keynote address on November 17. Randy will also be a featured speaker for two sessions on November 17. Sign up for "Integrating Classroom Management with Tier 2 and 3 Behavior Support" and "Behavior Support at the Secondary Level: Get Reluctant Staff On Board!"
November 30, 2016, 1 PM PT
FIRST STEP Next: An Evidence-Based Tier 2 Behavioral Intervention for Young Students
Join Marilyn Sprick of the FIRST STEP Next authoring team to learn more about FIRST STEP Next, a home and school intervention for young children (PreK-2) who exhibit challenging classroom behaviors such as defiance, conflicts with peers, and disruptive behaviors. Intervention during the first three years of schooling can avert negative consequences for these students later on. See Coordinated Intervention When Children First Start School Prevents Destructive Outcomes by FIRST STEP Next lead author Hill M. Walker.
2017 Alaska RTI/Elevating Effective Instruction Conference
January 28–29, 2017
SCS trainer Tricia McKale Skyles coauthor will present at the sixth annual event sponsored by the Alaska Staff Development Network.
Solutions to Classroom Behavior Problems: Prevention and Intervention
February 9, 2017
Kansas educators can join Randy Sprick for a day-long presentation at the SWPRSC Conference Center. Register here.