The Northwest PBIS Network hosts a range of events for educators, administrators, PBIS/MTSS coaches, and mental health providers working with school districts. Most of our events are FREE, and have been generously funded by our regional partners.
We believe that we are all in this together, and training on evidence-based, equitable supports in schools should be available to everyone. Join us!
The NWPBIS team has been honored to support your work this year! To help cultivate a culture of rest, we will maintain a light professional development calendar for the month of July, 2021.
We hope this summer provides time and space for you to begin recovering from the most demanding year of our teaching careers.
After you get a break, please join us August 9th for our Summer Institute.
Stay tuned in for training dates for 2021-22 school year on the following topics: Coaches Network Meetings, Mental Health in MTSS, Equity in Education, Tier 2 From Readiness to Modified Check In Check Out, Function Based Problem Solving for Teachers, Educator Wellness, and Early Childhood PBIS.
As always, if you need a resource or support, please email: [email protected]
Renew, Restore, and Restart: Summer Institute with Sound Supports and Inua Group
This one day Summer Institute is focused on mental health supports for students & staff. Join us for a morning, or afternoon session, or the entire day! Clock hours will be offered through the NWPBIS Network, each session earns 2 hours.
Keynote by Dr. Erika McDowell: It starts with YOU! Knowing your greatest tool in creating equity and belonging within MTSS
Topics: Suicide Prevention in MTSS, Social Emotional Learning, Cultivating Resilience: A Field Guide to Educator Wellbeing, Restorative Practice, Student Re-engagement, Screening Through a Trauma Informed Lens
Every session you purchase will also be available as a recording after the event.
Upcoming FREE Event! Mental Health Integration in Schools Sponsored by Lane County Prevention
July 21, 2021, 1:00 pm-2:30 pm PT
Join clinicians from the region in discussing examples and guidance for effective, efficient integration of Mental Health in Schools.
This free webinar will provide an overview and concrete examples of mental health integration from the clinicians’ perspectives in our region.
Based on research and examples from a National Institute of Justice (NIJ) study, and generously sponsored by Lane Co. Prevention and the Community Care Organizations Trillium and Pacific
In addition to examples and resources, we will also provide networking and Q&A time. Join us and become part of the larger conversation: how can schools and community providers work together to establish a more positive, nurturing environment for ALL students, families, and educators.
Past Event - Mental Health in a Multi-Tiered System: Opportunity for Lane County School Districts and More! FREE
This web-based information and networking series includes supports for district teams, school teams, administrators, PBIS/MTSS coaches, and teachers.
Past Event- SMART Center 2021 Virtual Speaker Series
The school mental health supplement to the Northwest MHTTC is excited to co-sponsor the UW SMART Center’s 2021 Virtual Speaker Series. All are welcome to attend these FREE events.
Past Event- Networking Series - Coaches Network Meetings for 2020-21. Click here for resources
Web-based Networking, Year-At-A-Glance, evaluation reminders, and MORE!
Past Event- Promoting Equity in School Discipline: What Does the Research Say?
Join REL Northwest’s Vicki Nishioka for a Northwest Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Network virtual presentation describing recent research on improving equity in school discipline policies and practices. During this presentation, participants will learn how exclusionary discipline practices in Oregon schools changed after implementation of state school discipline policy reforms, with a particular focus on changes that affected students of color. The presenter will share implications from two studies, including strategies for reducing exclusionary discipline for disruptive or aggressive behavioral infractions that do not present a threat to safety.
Past Event- Supporting Prevention: How Restorative Justice Practices Can Be a Key Tool in the Classroom.
The webinar recording details how Restorative Justice Practices (RJP) is a helpful tool to create positive relationships, build community, and set the stage for prevention.
Past Event- WellEducator: How To Strengthen Teacher Wellbeing In Your School Community
Did you know that you can grow teacher wellbeing in your school community? There are a variety of ways to gain insight into teacher wellbeing and support educators’ social and emotional health. Join our webinar to explore ways to integrate adult social and emotional learning activities into your existing systems. Learn about an innovative, virtual community wellness model used to enhance educator wellbeing. You’ll be glad you did!
Past Event - WellEducator Webinar Series for 2020-21: Access recordings and materials here.
This Self-Care and Compassion for the Educator webinar series was presented by Dr. Renee VanNorman, WellEducator, LLC and made possible through generous funding from the Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (NWMHTTC) and the Northwest PBIS Network.