Pre-Conference

Wednesday, April 24th



Morning Sessions:

A Deeper Look at Intervention Selection and Delivery Chris Riley-Tillman, University of Missouri



Main Conference

Thursday, April 25th


Day 1: Session 1



Day 1: Session 2



Day 1: Session 3


Increasing Equity and Student Success Through Perspective-taking, Empathy, and High Expectations Vicki Nishioka, Senior Research Advisor, and Alexandra Aylward, Data Fellow, REL Northwest at Education Northwest, John Lenssen, Consultant

Planning for Small Group Instruction During Core Teresa Lewellen, Independent Literacy Consultant and Lisa Bates, ORTIi Implementation Coach

Critical Features of Check-in Check-out as a Tier 2 Behavior System: Lessons learned Billie Jo Rodriguez, School Psychologist & PBIS Coach, Springfield Public Schools


Day 1: Session 4


Gleeful Learning 2.0: The intersection of technology and Hattie’s work on student achievement Jennifer Scypinski, Instructional TOSA, Instructional Tech, and Sonia Lulay, Instructional Technology Coach, Tigard-Tualatin School District

District Level Data Review: Systematically improving teaching and learning Lisa Bates, ORTIi Implementation Coach and Sally Helton, ORTIi Consultant

Advanced Topics on Check-in Check-out: Fading and intensifying supports Billie Jo Rodriguez, School Psychologist and PBIS Coach, Springfield Public Schools


Day 2: Session 5


Improving Written Compositions: One sentence at a time Anita Archer, Educational Consultant

Behavior Support Plans: If WE design them we can use them effectively Lillian Groff, Behavior Consultant, Eugene4J, and WISPR

MTSS in a Dual Language System Jacob Williams, Senior Advisor, Education Northwest


Day 2: Session 6


Keys to Reading Comprehension Anita Archer, Educational Consultant

How Districts are Using Implementation and Improvement Science to Close Longstanding Disparities in Educational Outcomes Kathleen Ryan Jackson, Implementation Specialist, National Implementation research Network, Sondra Stegenga & Sloan Storie, Western Implementation Society for Practice and Research (WISPR), and Lillian Groff, Behavior Consultant, Eugene 4J School District


Day 2: Session 7


Introducing Restorative Practices into High Schools Claudia Vincent, Research Associate and John Inglish, Conflict and Dispute Resolution Program Director, University of Oregon

Disproportionality in School Discipline: How do we measure it and what can we do? Bert Eliason, Research Associate, University of Oregon