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Region 17 Special Education Conference 2022: Grow and Glow

Come join us and be a “GLOW-Getter” at the 2022 Region 17 Special Education Conference!  Brian Mendler will kick off the conference with a keynote address titled “That One Kid.”  This two-day conference will feature a variety of topics and speakers across all areas of special education.  There is something for everyone including diagnosticians, teachers, paraprofessionals, and everyone involved in Special Education.  Come GROW with us and continue learning, so you can GLOW in the classroom! .

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Region 17 is partnering with Texas Tech University Burkhart Center for Autism Education & Research to provide the conference.

This conference will offer 6.0 CEs each day (pending approval) for LPCs, LSSPs, Social Workers and Speech Pathologist. For SLPs seeking TSHA credit, no partial credit will be awarded.

Participants will only be granted ESC 17 - CPE credit credit hours for the breakout sessions attended. 

Location: Region 17 Education Service Center 1111 West Loop 289, Lubbock, TX  79416

Conference Fee: $50.00 Region 17 districts

                               $150.00 out of Region

Parents and Non District Local agencies (within Region 17) call 806-281-5701 for registration code. 

Please have your method of payment available at the time of registration.

Registration closes May 31st.

Conference cancellations must be made by May 31st in order to receive a refund. 

 





Keynote (Required)
(Tuesday, June 7, 2022 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM)
Session ID: 871340
Brian Mendler - That One Kid
Seats Filled: 223 / 600
Fee: $50.00
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Plagued by severe undiagnosed ADHD and reading difficulties, I began disrupting class in 4th grade. I believed my peers would laugh at me for being “dumb” so I made sure they laughed at me for being “bad” instead. I was defiant, disruptive, and relatively unmotivated. I was “that one kid” that drove my teachers crazy. By sixth grade my academic skills were so below grade level that I was pulled out of school. Two weeks later in a new school I had one teacher dramatically change my life. He did in about five minutes what nobody had done between kindergarten and 6th grade. And the amazing thing is that it is something any of you can do with any of your students immediately! Learn the greatest thing we can give to our students to help them be successful and seven magic words that will change your students’ lives!
Session 1 (Required)
(Tuesday, June 7, 2022 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM)
Session ID: 871341
Brian Mendler - Why Students Disengage and Misbehave and What do to About it
Seats Filled: 91 / 160
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Before applying strategies to change unwanted behavior and disengagement, we must first correctly diagnose why the behaviors are occurring. Without understanding the why, most strategies will ultimately fail. Learn to diagnose and understand the 6 main reasons why students disengage and misbehave. Discover how to apply the correct strategies for each student to address individual needs. Want kids to show up to your online or in-person class, then you will want to hear Brian’s number one strategy to get maximum participation.
Session ID: 871342
Dr. Christy Chapman - Autism and Co-Occurring Disabilities
Seats Filled: 50 / 50
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
There has been much debate over the years as to whether anxiety is simply a part of the disorder of autism or if it should be considered a separate, co-occurring disorder.  Research indicates that as many as 84 percent of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) also experience significant symptoms of anxiety, with 30-50 percent of those individuals being diagnosed with at least one anxiety disorder.  These co-occurring disorders often lead to increased social impairment, social avoidance and awkward interactions with peers, and can be a trigger for behavioral concerns such as tantrums, self-injury, and aggressive behaviors.  In this session, we will discuss the implications of clinically significant anxiety and other disorders that frequently co-occur with autism spectrum disorders.
This session is full.
Session ID: 871343
Diane Sheline - Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) & 10 Visual & Behavioral Characteristics
Seats Filled: 5 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Attendees will learn about CVI & the medical conditions that are associated with it. Participants will find out who diagnoses CVI & why early identification, diagnosis, and assessment are so important. Finally, the 10 unique visual & behavioral characteristics, identified by Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy, will be discussed including how they affect our students in the educational setting.
Session ID: 871344
Cyndi O’Toole & Katy Wheeler - Weird Science: Behavior Analysis in Schools
Seats Filled: 5 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Head Back to the Future as we take a look at historical and current practices from a behavior analytic lens to support learners with Autism across their educational career so that you can Stand and Deliver.
Session ID: 871345
Layne Pethick - Disengage to Re-engage: Screen Time and the Brain
Seats Filled: 34 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Technology is not inherently good or bad, it’s how we use it. Participants will gain information on the effects of screen time on brains of children and adolescents as they are growing and developing. Screen time has become an enormous issue with its addictive qualities and brain development. Screen time causes many problems for the developing brain that includes issues with behavior, social-emotional, cognition, communication, and drug-like addiction. This session will be an open forum style with the opportunity for inquiry and discussion by participants. We will also be discussing what the levels of screen addiction look like and how to work through the levels to help children and adolescents (even us adults).
Session ID: 871346
Jeff Key - Power Of Play
Seats Filled: 14 / 20
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
How do we structure a safe and fun play environment for all students, especially for our students with special needs? This workshop highlights and teaches fun activities and game adaptations for students with special needs in the classroom, gym, or, playground. This fast paced, action packed workshop will give teachers and parents a bundle of fun, easy, and quick physical games and activities to play with their students with special needs. The activities presented will enhance inclusion students with special needs in general education classes and positive social interaction between general Ed PE students and special need students.
Session ID: 871348
Sherry Sancibrian - Executive Functions: Myths and Truths
Seats Filled: 22 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Executive functions include metacognitive skills (such as planning, task initiation, and working memory) and social/emotional regulation skills (such as response inhibition and adaptability). This session will separate fact from fiction regarding these essential functions, their relationship to school success, and what adults can do to help.
Session ID: 871349
Unable to Attend Session 1
Seats Filled: 2 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Choose this session if you are UNABLE to attend Breakout Session 1. You will receive 0 Credit Hours.
Session 2 (Required)
(Tuesday, June 7, 2022 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM)
Session ID: 871350
Brian Mendler - Recorded Session: Facilitation for Interaction on Why Students Disengage and Misbehave and What do to About it (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 46 / 160
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Before applying strategies to change unwanted behavior and disengagement, we must first correctly diagnose why the behaviors are occurring. Without understanding the why, then most strategies will ultimately fail. Learn to diagnose and understand the 6 main reasons why students disengage and misbehave. Discover how to apply the correct strategies for each student to address individual needs. Want kids to show up to your online or in-person class, then you will want to hear Brian’s number one strategy to get maximum participation.
Session ID: 871351
Dr. Christy Chapman - Autism and Co-Occurring Disorders (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 40 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
There has been much debate over the years as to whether anxiety is simply a part of the disorder of autism or if it should be considered a separate, co-occurring disorder.  Research indicates that as many as 84 percent of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) also experience significant symptoms of anxiety, with 30-50 percent of those individuals being diagnosed with at least one anxiety disorder.  These co-occurring disorders often lead to increased social impairment, social avoidance and awkward interactions with peers, and can be a trigger for behavioral concerns such as tantrums, self-injury, and aggressive behaviors.  In this session, we will discuss the implications of clinically significant anxiety and other disorders that frequently co-occur with autism spectrum disorders.
This session is full.
Session ID: 871352
Diane Sheline - Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) & 10 Visual & Behavioral Characteristics (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 2 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Attendees will learn about CVI & the medical conditions that are associated with it. Participants will find out who diagnoses CVI & why early identification, diagnosis, and assessment are so important. Finally, the 10 unique visual & behavioral characteristics, identified by Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy, will be discussed including how they affect our students in the educational setting.
Session ID: 871354
Cyndi O’Toole & Katy Wheeler - Weird Science: Behavior Analysis in Schools (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 27 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Head Back to the Future as we take a look at historical and current practices from a behavior analytic lens to support learners with Autism across their educational career so that you can Stand and Deliver.
Session ID: 871356
Layne Pethick - Disengage to Re-engage: Screen Time and the Brain (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 43 / 43
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Technology is not inherently good or bad, it’s how we use it. Participants will gain information on the effects of screen time on brains of children and adolescents as they are growing and developing. Screen time has become an enormous issue with its addictive qualities and brain development. Screen time causes many problems for the developing brain that includes issues with behavior, social-emotional, cognition, communication, and drug-like addiction. This session will be an open forum style with the opportunity for inquiry and discussion by participants. We will also be discussing what the levels of screen addiction look like and how to work through the levels to help children and adolescents (even us adults).
This session is full.
Session ID: 871357
Jeff Key - Power Of Play (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 29 / 29
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
How do we structure a safe and fun play environment for all students, especially for our students with special needs? This workshop highlights and teaches fun activities and game adaptations for students with special needs in the classroom, gym, or, playground. This fast paced, action packed workshop will give teachers and parents a bundle of fun, easy, and quick physical games and activities to play with their students with special needs. The activities presented will enhance inclusion students with special needs in general education classes and positive social interaction between general Ed PE students and special need students.
This session is full.
Session ID: 871360
Sherry Sancibrian - Executive Functions: Myths and Truths (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 34 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Executive functions include metacognitive skills (such as planning, task initiation, and working memory) and social/emotional regulation skills (such as response inhibition and adaptability). This session will separate fact from fiction regarding these essential functions, their relationship to school success, and what adults can do to help.
Session ID: 871362
Unable to Attend Session 2
Seats Filled: 2 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Choose this session if you are UNABLE to attend Breakout Session 2. You will receive 0 Credit Hours.
Session 3 (Required)
(Wednesday, June 8, 2022 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM)
Session ID: 871363
Phuong Palafox - Empowering Humanity’s Narratives: Evidence-Based Considerations for Literacy-Based Practices
Seats Filled: 44 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
The demands of special education educators are unrelenting. Impacted by increased workload, lack of opportunity to collaborate with staff and families and increased compliancy demands, educators and service providers carry a heavy load. This session will address literacy-based practices that will maximize time, effort and impact. The course will prioritize the power of narrative-based content, methodologies for incorporating literacy-based interventions and considerations for empowering communication through literacy. Through a lens of evidence-based data and human-centered practices, Phuong will empower you through a high-impact and meaningful session to align with your current days. Here's to the power of stories. Learning Outcomes 1. Participants will identify the roles, responsibilities and challenges of educators and service providers within an educational setting. 2. Participants will identify and describe literacy-based intervention practices to support the comprehensive needs of students. 3. Participants will describe considerations for narrative-based practices for low-incidence populations. 4. Participants will design literacy-based activities to align with their current workload to immediately implement.
Session ID: 871365
Elda DeSantiago, Elizabeth Adams, Julianna Carpenter & Kasey Murillo - Standards-Based Individualized Education Program (IEP) Process: Implications for Evaluation Personnel
Seats Filled: 24 / 24
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
The focus of this session is to learn more about the Standards-Based IEP Process. The primary focus of the training is on the full and individual evaluation (FIE), present levels of academic achievement and functional performance (PLAAFP) development and writing goals and objectives. Participants will understand the importance of these components and how their alignment results in a well-developed program for students with disabilities. It is recommended that this session be presented by the Network student evaluation and/or SLP representative. The intended audience for this training is special education evaluation personnel, including licensed specialists in school psychology (LSSPs), educational diagnosticians, speech language pathologists (SLPs) and others who are responsible for evaluating a student and writing the report. This training was created by the Child Find, Evaluation, and ARD Support Statewide Technical Assistance Network in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency with state and federal grants.
This session is full.
Session ID: 871366
Dr. Kelly Carrero - Stimming, Eloping, and Biting... Oh My!
Seats Filled: 25 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Early childhood educators and early interventionists are well-versed in strategies for preventing and responding to common undesirable behaviors of young children. However, when a child has an exceptionality that exacerbates the intensity or frequency of undesirable behaviors and/or has difficulty responding to commonly used behavioral strategies, even highly effective educators can struggle. The purpose of this presentation is to share strategies for preventing and responding to more extreme maladaptive behaviors of young children with severe communication disorders and/or behavioral disorders (including autism spectrum disorders). Particular focus with be placed on communicating behavioral strategies and collaborating with families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Session ID: 871367
Jennifer Hixson - Lean on Me: Bolstering Our Own Mental Health to Support the Mental Health Needs of our Students
Seats Filled: 35 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Participants will be exposed to concepts such as toxic stress and adverse experiences, then explore ways to identify these concepts within the context of the work they do with students. Participants will also work to develop ways to notice the signs of toxic stress within themselves and ways to remediate the impact. This session will provide interactive activities, problem-solving, and real-world dialogue to provide meaningful takeaways.
Session ID: 871369
Kate Berry - 5 Evidence-Based Practices for Supporting Students Experiencing Math Difficulty
Seats Filled: 15 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
This session introduces educators to 5 evidence-based practices for supporting students experiencing math difficulty: (1) systematic and explicit instruction; (2) formal and precise math language; (3) multiple representations; (4) fluency; and (5) problem solving. At the end of the session, participants will have gained knowledge to incorporate these evidence-based practices within their math intervention. Additionally, I will provide participants with free access to the Pirate Math Equation Quest website, which includes intervention materials and demonstration videos on problem solving.
Session ID: 871370
Diane Sheline - Learning Strategies for Students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI)
Seats Filled: 8 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Attendees will learn instructional strategies to use with students with CVI in the educational setting. Participants will learn specific strategies to use with students who visually function in CVI Phases I, II, and III developmental levels. Attendees will also learn about adapting off-the-shelf materials & how to create materials of their own so that students with CVI will have greater access to learning in the classroom environment.
Session ID: 871371
Layne Pethick - The Landscape of Learning and Behavior: Using Brain Research to Make a Difference for Our Children (Condensed version for Paraprofessionals)
Seats Filled: 22 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
This session will take the vast understanding about how the brain learns and behaves and incorporate it into everyday interactions, instruction, interventions, and the daily routines of our classrooms. The neurological factors that allow the brain to learn to its potential and regulate behavior and emotion are vital to instructional and behavioral practices in our schools and homes. This session will challenge some of the “standard” practices and help create a dialogue to begin changing some of the outdated “mind sets” still found in education today. Paraprofessionals will come away with various activities and strategies that can easily be taken back to their schools (or homes) and modified for any age or level.
Session ID: 871372
Donna Clark-Love - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): What works and what does not work
Seats Filled: 35 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
FASD): What works and what does not work Why would you want to attend this particular workshop?? Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is one of the most prevalent brain-based disabilities. Many experts in the field believe FASD is a national health crisis. Nearly 180,000 newborns in the U.S. every year are exposed to heavy or binge drinking—the highest risk for FASD—during their prenatal development. As a result, there is a growing need for educators to acquire increased knowledge, practical skills and effective accommodations to support children and families living with FASD. This interactive and highly engaging workshop will review the five pillars for success when working with students with FASD. Participants will transfer newfound knowledge and never-before-seen strategies about FASD into practical and meaningful ways to try differently, not harder when working with students and families affected by FASD
Session ID: 871374
Michelle Soriano - Meeting Learners Where They Are: Proactively identifying and designing learning environments that reduce barriers from the beginning
Seats Filled: 14 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Are you interested in providing ALL students with the opportunity to access, participate in, and progress in the general education curriculum? Are there barriers that are standing in the way of student success? In this session, you will learn how to proactively identify barriers to learning and reduce those barriers while designing your lesson plans. Participants will walk away with tools, resources, and strategies to support the design process.
Session ID: 871375
Unable to Attend Session 3
Seats Filled: 1 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Choose this session if you are UNABLE to attend Breakout Session 3. You will receive 0 Credit Hours.
Session 4 (Required)
(Wednesday, June 8, 2022 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
Session ID: 871376
Phuong Palafox - Empowering Humanity’s Narratives: Evidence-Based Considerations for Literacy-Based Practices (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 12 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
The demands of special education educators are unrelenting. Impacted by increased workload, lack of opportunity to collaborate with staff and families and increased compliancy demands, educators and service providers carry a heavy load. This session will address literacy-based practices that will maximize time, effort and impact. The course will prioritize the power of narrative-based content, methodologies for incorporating literacy-based interventions and considerations for empowering communication through literacy. Through a lens of evidence-based data and human-centered practices, Phuong will empower you through a high-impact and meaningful session to align with your current days. Here's to the power of stories. Learning Outcomes 1. Participants will identify the roles, responsibilities and challenges of educators and service providers within an educational setting. 2. Participants will identify and describe literacy-based intervention practices to support the comprehensive needs of students. 3. Participants will describe considerations for narrative-based practices for low-incidence populations. 4. Participants will design literacy-based activities to align with their current workload to immediately implement.
Session ID: 871378
Elda DeSantiago, Elizabeth Adams, Julianna Carpenter & Kasey Murillo - Standards-Based Individualized Education Program (IEP) Process: Implications for Evaluation Personnel (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 10 / 20
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
The focus of this session is to learn more about the Standards-Based IEP Process. The primary focus of the training is on the full and individual evaluation (FIE), present levels of academic achievement and functional performance (PLAAFP) development and writing goals and objectives. Participants will understand the importance of these components and how their alignment results in a well-developed program for students with disabilities. It is recommended that this session be presented by the Network student evaluation and/or SLP representative. The intended audience for this training is special education evaluation personnel, including licensed specialists in school psychology (LSSPs), educational diagnosticians, speech language pathologists (SLPs) and others who are responsible for evaluating a student and writing the report. This training was created by the Child Find, Evaluation, and ARD Support Statewide Technical Assistance Network in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency with state and federal grants.
Session ID: 871379
Dr. Kelly Carrero - Stimming, Eloping, and Biting... Oh My! (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 29 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Early childhood educators and early interventionists are well-versed in strategies for preventing and responding to common undesirable behaviors of young children. However, when a child has an exceptionality that exacerbates the intensity or frequency of undesirable behaviors and/or has difficulty responding to commonly used behavioral strategies, even highly effective educators can struggle. The purpose of this presentation is to share strategies for preventing and responding to more extreme maladaptive behaviors of young children with severe communication disorders and/or behavioral disorders (including autism spectrum disorders). Particular focus with be placed on communicating behavioral strategies and collaborating with families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Session ID: 871380
Jennifer Hixson - Lean on Me: Bolstering Our Own Mental Health to Support the Mental Health Needs of our Students (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 51 / 51
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Participants will be exposed to concepts such as toxic stress and adverse experiences, then explore ways to identify these concepts within the context of the work they do with students. Participants will also work to develop ways to notice the signs of toxic stress within themselves and ways to remediate the impact. This session will provide interactive activities, problem-solving, and real-world dialogue to provide meaningful takeaways.
This session is full.
Session ID: 871382
Kate Berry - 5 Evidence-Based Practices for Supporting Students Experiencing Math Difficulty (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 13 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
This session introduces educators to 5 evidence-based practices for supporting students experiencing math difficulty: (1) systematic and explicit instruction; (2) formal and precise math language; (3) multiple representations; (4) fluency; and (5) problem solving. At the end of the session, participants will have gained knowledge to incorporate these evidence-based practices within their math intervention. Additionally, I will provide participants with free access to the Pirate Math Equation Quest website, which includes intervention materials and demonstration videos on problem solving.
Session ID: 871383
Diane Sheline - Learning Strategies for Students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 2 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Attendees will learn instructional strategies to use with students with CVI in the educational setting. Participants will learn specific strategies to use with students who visually function in CVI Phases I, II, and III developmental levels. Attendees will also learn about adapting off-the-shelf materials & how to create materials of their own so that students with CVI will have greater access to learning in the classroom environment.
Session ID: 871384
Layne Pethick - The Landscape of Learning and Behavior: Using Brain Research to Make a Difference for Our Children (Condensed version for Paraprofessionals) (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 33 / 80
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
This session will take the vast understanding about how the brain learns and behaves and incorporate it into everyday interactions, instruction, interventions, and the daily routines of our classrooms. The neurological factors that allow the brain to learn to its potential and regulate behavior and emotion are vital to instructional and behavioral practices in our schools and homes. This session will challenge some of the “standard” practices and help create a dialogue to begin changing some of the outdated “mind sets” still found in education today. Paraprofessionals will come away with various activities and strategies that can easily be taken back to their schools (or homes) and modified for any age or level.
Session ID: 871386
Donna Clark-Love - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): What works and what does not work (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 34 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Why would you want to attend this particular workshop?? Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is one of the most prevalent brain-based disabilities. Many experts in the field believe FASD is a national health crisis. Nearly 180,000 newborns in the U.S. every year are exposed to heavy or binge drinking—the highest risk for FASD—during their prenatal development. As a result, there is a growing need for educators to acquire increased knowledge, practical skills and effective accommodations to support children and families living with FASD. This interactive and highly engaging workshop will review the five pillars for success when working with students with FASD. Participants will transfer newfound knowledge and never-before-seen strategies about FASD into practical and meaningful ways to try differently, not harder when working with students and families affected by FASD.
Session ID: 871387
Michelle Soriano - Meeting Learners Where They Are: Proactively identifying and designing learning environments that reduce barriers from the beginning (Repeat)
Seats Filled: 34 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Are you interested in providing ALL students with the opportunity to access, participate in, and progress in the general education curriculum? Are there barriers that are standing in the way of student success? In this session, you will learn how to proactively identify barriers to learning and reduce those barriers while designing your lesson plans. Participants will walk away with tools, resources, and strategies to support the design process.
Session ID: 871388
Unable to Attend Session 4
Seats Filled: 5 / 40
Location:Other, TBD

Important Breakout Information:
Choose this session if you are UNABLE to attend Breakout Session 4. You will receive 0 Credit Hours.


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