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SWIS & CICO-SWIS Facilitator Training Registration 33 kb (PDF)
Location Rhode island College, Providence, RI
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Event Dates & Times:
December 14, 2015 (8:30 AM 4:30 PM)
December 15, 2015 (8:30 AM 4:30 PM)
December 16, 2015 (8:30 AM 4:00 PM)

This three-day training focuses on using SWIS and CICO-SWIS, teaching others to use SWIS and CICO-SWIS working with schools to prepare for SWIS and CICO-SWIS compatibility, and working with teams/coaches to apply a data based, decision-making model. To receive certification for SWIS and CICO-SWIS, attendance and participation for all three days is required.
The Sherlock Center has trained over 100 schools (8 cohorts and 11 districts) in PBIS since 2005. Initially, the Sherlock Center trained individual schools within a cohort to support systems change and improved behavior one school at a time. The Sherlock Center now supports a District Model, where the individual school districts commit that all schools within the district will implement PBIS within a 3-5 year period. Districts indentify a District Trainer and District Coach that work hand in hand with the Sherlock Center. The Center supports train-the-trainer model, providing in-district support, technical assistance, and materials to ensure that schools can succeed with this systems change approach. The commitment to a philosophy change, behavior support infrastructure, and capacity building are key to success.
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