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Thursday, December 3 • 1:20pm - 2:10pm
Behavior and the IEP LIMITED

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As Oregon's PTI, Parent Training and Information Center, we support families statewide in supporting their child getting an equitable education, and accessing general education even when impacted by significant bahaviors. Join us for a discussion about: How behavior can impact learning How behavior can be supported in the IEP What rights students have when disciplined for behavior violations OBJECTIVES: Join us for a discussion about: How behavior can impact learning How behavior can be supported in the IEP What rights students have when disciplined for behavior violations Also some learning targets are: What is behavior Special Factors on the IEP Common Terms Functional Behavior Assessments Behavior Plans Addressing behavior Discipline Tips and Tools for the Team Being able to advocate for my child and being able to understand what their rights are to an equitable education, even when impacted by significant behaviors. Also, understanding that behaviors are a form of communication. Making sure the IEP team is not being punitive and reactive, but supporting the student in a proactive and positive way!

Speakers
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Roberta Dunn

Executive Director, FACT Oregon
Roberta Dunn is a parent of three amazing men and lives in Beaverton, Oregon with her husband of 31 years. She has been a parent advocate and leader in the disability community since the birth of her twins twenty-five years ago. Roberta is the Executive director of FACT Oregon, an... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2015 1:20pm - 2:10pm PST
Mt Hood 1414 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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