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We put the “A” in Positive Behavior Support

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Welcome to the Association For Positive Behavior Support Podcast. Season #3: Episode 1 Features: Rose Iovannone, Ph.D., BCBA-D-->Guest Speaker Research Associate ProfessorDirector/Co-PI Interdisciplinary Center for Evaluation and Intervention (ICEI). Florida Center for Inclusive Communities @ the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. Jodie Soracco, Ph.D., BCBA, LBA-->Co-HostDirector, Virginia Tiered Systems of Supports - Research Implementation Center (VTS...
In this episode co-hosts of the APBS Podcast, Muna Khalif and Tanya Misgen, conduct an interview with our guest speaker, Drs. Goodman and McIntosh. Together in 2016, Drs. Goodman and McIntosh co-authored the book Integrated Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Blending RTI and PBIS. The book’s purpose is to combine the response to intervention (RTI) and positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) models into a single multi-tiered system of support (MTSS). Join us in this episode as...
In this episode, Tanya Misgen, co-host of the APBS podcast, along with Drs. Don Kincaid and Erika McDowell, discusses the topic of equity and inclusion within APBS and more broadly as it relates to the positive behavior support framework.Dr. Don Kincaid (referred to as Dr. D in the episode) is the current president of the Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS); he has been involved with APBS since 2006 in a variety of roles. Dr. Kincaid is a professor in the Department of Child &amp...
In this episode co-host of the APBS Podcast, Muna Khalif, conducts an interview with our guest speaker, Dr. Robert Horner. Rob Horner is a Professor Emeritus of Special Education at the University of Oregon. His research has focused on applied behavior analysis, positive behavior support, multi-tiered instructional systems, equity in education, and systems change. He has worked for the past 20 years with George Sugai in the development and implementation of school-wide positive behavioral int...
Rob Horner, 2020 APBS Leadership Co-Award WinnerRob Horner is a retired emeritus professor of special education at the University of Oregon. His research has focused on applied behavior analysis, positive behavior support, multi-tiered instructional systems, equity in education, and systems change. He has worked for the past 20 years with George Sugai in the development and implementation of school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS). Over 27,000 schools are implementin...
In this episode co-hosts of the APBS Podcast, Muna Khalif and Tanya Misgen, conduct an interview with our guest speaker, Dr. Glen Dunlap. Dr. Dunlap discusses his career, beginning with his experiences as a student, moving to his important work as a founder of the Association for Positive Behavior Support, and then highlighting key research articles that current positive behavior support users can refer to and learn from.Research Article Links from this Episode:Dunlap, G. (2006) The applied ...
In this episode, Muna Khalif and Tanya Misgen conduct an interview with our guest speakers to learn more about PBIS in a family setting. ● Tanya Misgen with APBS IDD Ad Hoc Committee● Laura Kern with the APBS board member, family board seat● Ryan Bird, Junior in High School"The ADA is a broad law that provides civil rights protections to all individuals with disabilities in the US in many different aspect...
Muna Khalif, host of the APBS podcast welcomes our APBS Student Network, for part 2 episode.The APBS Student Network interviews Taylor Hitchings, Karen Robbie, and Marney Pollack of the APBS 2020 Student Research Grant Award Winners. Subscribe and listen to the Association for Positive Behavior Support podcast episodes: https://www.apbs.org/about/podcast, APBS.ORG, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Thank you, https://twitter.com/MUNAMIDB
In this episode, Muna Khalif and Dr. Jessica Simacek conduct an interview with our guest speakers to learn more about the Journal of Positive Behavior Intervention (JPBI) Chief Editors role and vision for the future. #PodcastAPBS #EquityDr. Wendy Machalicek serves as Editor for JPBIDr. Mandy Rispoli serves as Editor for JPBIVisit this website to sign up for the Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions: SAGE Journals : https://journals.sagepub.com/home/pbi.Follow JPBI...
In this episode, my co-host will help us learn more about anti-racism in implementation science and PBIS as a liberatory tool. #PodcastAPBS #EquityDr. Kurt Hatch Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims Dr. Erika McDowellDr. Jessica Swain-BradwayThank you all, Muna Khalif, University of Minnesota ICI UCEDD (https://twitter.com/MUNAMIDB) 
In this episode let's discuss anti-racism in implementation science, i.e PBIS. PBIS as a liberatory tool. My co-host for this episode are leaders in the PBS world. Dr. Kurt Hatch Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims Dr. Erika McDowell Dr. Jessica Swain-BradwayThank you all,Muna (https://twitter.com/MUNAMIDB) 
APBS Podcast presents episode#3;The APBS Student Network interviews John Gallo and Sage Pickren of the APBS 2020 Student Research Grant Award Winners. Hear from the remaining grant winners in upcoming podcast episodes title part 2 APBS Student Network. Subscribe and listen to podcast episodes: https://www.apbs.org/about/podcast APBS.ORG, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
In our second episode, Dr. Rachel Freeman provides a brief overview of the IDD Ad Hoc committee, what they are currently working on such as the White Paper, and ways to become an APBS member by going to APBS.org. Visit and follow us on APBS.ORG, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
In this first episode, Dr. Jenn JP provides an overview description of APBS:Description: The Association for Positive Behavior Support is a multidisciplinary organization made up of professionals (teachers, researchers, university professors, and administrators), family members, and consumers who are committed to the application of positive behavior support within the context of the school, family, and community including across systems (e.g., entire schools, organizations), for small groups,...
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