Tier 2 Teams: Check-In Check-Out

Readiness and Overview Sessions PLUS a 5-part Learning Series

Join NWPBIS Network and Dr. Billie Jo Rodriguez

 

Tier 2 Teaming Check-In Check-Out: Overview and Readiness

Are you ready to move into Tier 2 Intervention Implementation? Whether you are just stepping into Tier 2 or needing to brush off the dust of an old system, this free webinar will review critical features of Tier 2 readiness to maximize the likelihood your Tier 2 intervention systems are successful. We will review the foundation of a solid Tier 1 PBIS System as a key aspect of Tier 2 success, and then we will review key features of readiness related to visibility, leadership, political support, funding, training & coaching capacity, and implementation and outcomes evaluations. Additionally, we will do an overview of Check-in Check-out (CICO) as a foundational Tier 2 intervention within PBIS.

Two Free Overview Sessions Offered! Choose from two session dates. Both dates will be the same content, choose the date that works for your schedule.

August 26, 2021 3:30-4:45pm PT  or September 21, 2021 3:30-4:45pm PT

Participants eligible for educator clock hours

Register Here for an Overview and Readiness Session

After the Readiness and Overview sessions, we will dive deep into the implementation of Tier 2 systems and the Check-In Check-Out interventions. Join Dr. Rodriguez each month for excellent webinar sessions where she will walk you through team implementation:
Tier 2 Teaming Check-In Check-Out Implementation Series

This five-part series will walk school and district Tier 2 PBIS teams through the eleven critical features of a successful Check-in Check-out (CICO) system. We will discuss the rationale for Tier 2 systems, including the reasons CICO is a critical foundational Tier 2 PBIS practice (i.e., it is the most researched efficient and effective intervention for elementary and middle school students, including built in data features for evaluation), ensure participants have a solid understanding of CICO practices and systems (beyond just point cards!), and review common pitfalls and lessons learned from school-based implementers’ experiences. This series will include lots of examples/materials for teams to utilize as templates when creating their own CICO systems. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about critical features, action plan, and bring implementation questions to the series.

Who should attend?

Tier 2 Teams-Teams should be composed of administrators, teachers, clinicians, support staff, and other stakeholders interested in improving school climate, supporting all students and staff and continuous improvement. (Maximum of 12 team members).

This series will be helpful if you are preparing to implement or looking to improve Tier 2 implementation.

Register three participants and get a fourth participant free. Cost is $250 per participant and participants are eligible for 6.25 educator clock hours.

Webinar Series Dates:
October 14, 2021 3:30-4:45pm PT
November 18, 2021 3:30-4:45pm PT
January 13, 2022 3:30-4:45pm PT
February 10, 2022 3:30-4:45pm PT
March 10, 2022 3:30-4:45pm PT

 

Participants who register for this webinar get priority registration and a discount for the Advanced CICO Implementation workshop at our annual conference in Tacoma, WA!

Register Here for the 5 part series

Dr. Billie Jo Rodriguez is a Northwest PBIS staff member, a senior lecturer at the University of Oregon, a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has over 20 years of experience supporting students with diverse social and academic behavior needs and is a specialist in prevention and response to disruptive behaviors with particular interest in school-based consultation and implementation of increasingly intensive function-based supports. She previously served as a faculty member in Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at San Antonio where she coordinated a certificate program in Applied Behavior Analysis. She joins NWPBIS after seven years providing behavior support services as a school psychologist and positive behavior support coach in a diverse Oregon district. An accomplished academic, Billie Jo has approximately 30 scholarly publications related to behavioral assessment and consultation in schools, including co-authoring the book: An educator’s guide to schoolwide positive behavioral interventions and supports: Integrating all three tiers.