Developing a Comprehensive Strategy for Tier III Behavior Intervention
The data doesn’t lie. Tier III Behavior Issues in the classroom are not only becoming more prevalent, but a variety of complications have made it more difficult to manage as well.
In this 30-Minute LIVE Webinar, Jon Konen and Norah Barney will share PROVEN STRATEGIES for creating a strong Tier III Program in schools.
Why view this Free 30-minute webinar?
• Dramatically reduce Tier III office referrals
• Enhance the learning environment for all students
• Enhance teacher instructional efficacy
• Enhance Teacher Wellness
• Improve parent relationships
February 23rd 4pm (pacific) 5pm (mountain), 6pm (Central), 7pm (Eastern)
Note: If these live presentation times don’t work for you, REGISTER and we will forward you a recording of the session you and your teachers can view any time.
Some of what we’ll be looking at in this 30-Minute Webinar:
• What Is Tier 3 Behavior?
• Why is Tier 3 Behavior Getting More Difficult to Manage?
• What are the 4 Major Components to a Strong Tier 3 Program?
• Top 4 Strategies to Support You Creating a Strong Tier 3 Program
• Q&A Session with Jon and Norah
Jon Konen is a superintendent and freelance writer in Corvallis, Montana. He has taught most all grade levels K-6, and has been an elementary, middle, and high school principal.
As a 5th grade teacher, in 2010 Jon won the Presidential Award for Elementary Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST). As a principal, his school won the 2012 Blue Ribbon Award. In 2018, he won the National Distinguished Principal Award (NDP). In 2019 he won the National No Kid Hungry Breakfast Hero Award.
Jon is the author of three guides published on teacher.org: An Educator’s Guide to Combat Bullying & Bully Prevention; Teacher Evaluation: A Transition Guide to Exemplary Performance; and You are the Wild Card: Infusing Fun Back into Curriculum. He has authored a children’s picture book that was released January 2019 titled Benjamin’s Visit to Principal Reads Office…again! (available at www.archwaypublishing.com)
Dr. Norah Barney, EdD: Norah Barney is a principal and education consultant in Anaconda, Montana. She has taught Special Education in all grade levels prek-12, and has been an elementary principal and a k-12 assistant principal.
As a special education teacher with over 11 years of experience, Norah worked on developing high quality intervention programs in inclusive and self contained settings for Tier 3 students in Reading and Math.
Norah is also a consultant focusing on Reading, Math, and Social Emotional Learning and has presented at local and national education conferences on leadership, high quality interventions for reading and math, professional learning communities, and social emotional learning best practices