PBIS Webinar Part I: Rob Horner, The Logic of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
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PBIS Webinar Part I: Rob Horner, The Logic of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

This session will frame the PBS webinar series and place each of the subsequent topics into the context of PBS planning. Dr. Horner will illustrate the features of the Positive Behavior Supports framework including the behavioral science that underlies practices and the value-grounded principles in which those practices should be applied.

1/27/2016
When: Wednesday, January 27th 2015
3:30–4:30 PM Eastern
Contact: Donald Taylor
202-888-2419


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3:30-4:30 PM Eastern, Wednesday, January 27th 2016

The Logic of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and Behavioral Instruction

Dr. Robert Horner, Professor of Special Education, University of Oregon and Director of Educational and Community Supports (ECS)

About this presentation

An enduring vision of TASH is a society where homes, schools, communities and work places effectively include individuals with severe disabilities. This webinar will focus on the role of Multi-tiered systems of support as a policy and intervention approach that works toward this vision. The content will build from experience implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). This session will frame the PBS webinar series and place each of the subsequent topics into the context of PBS planning. Participants should leave with the ability to define multi-tiered systems of behavior support, and the role of parents, teachers, administrators or advocates in fostering effective implementation of multi-tiered supports.

About the presenter

Professor Rob Horner, a man with light brown hair and blue eyes, wearing glasses and an open-necked blue shirt. The background is a neutral gradient of blue-grey.Rob Horner is a professor of special education at the University of Oregon, a former editor of the TASH’s journal, Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, and the co-director of the Office of Special Education Programs, Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.

More about this series

This is part 1 of the 4-part webinar series, Creating School Cultures Where all Students Thrive — A Series on PBIS and Trauma Informed Practices. For more information on the complete series, visit the series main page.