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cory-dunnServing students' educational needs while reducing required paperwork is the focus of one of 16 compelling breakout sessions at the COSA/ODE Special Education Pre Conference at the Seaside Convention Center June 21.  Linn Benton Lincoln ESD Positive Behavior Support project manager Cory Dunn will present ways to streamline Functional Behavioral Asssessments, Behavior Intervention Plans and Behavior IEPs.

Dunn will share how to utilize common links in promoting and encouraging student skill acquisition in assuming responsibility for their academic choices, relationships with peers and adults, and school and classroom expectations.

Dunn is well respected for his work with behavior.  His afternoon session will provide practical suggestions to streamline the paperwork and assist in communicating with students, parents and school staff.

Other sessions at the one-day pre-conference include:

  • Education and Mental Health Partnerships
  • Highly Qualified Special Education Teacher requirements
  • Residency, Interagency Agreements and Other Relevant Fiscal Issues

  • Got Conflict?  Try Mediation
  • Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) in Oregon-What it is and Where It's Going
  • SPR & I Reporting:  First Year Reflections
  • OrRTI-Oregon's Response to Intervention (RTI) Initiative
  • UO-4J Center on Progress Monitoring to Validate a Model for RTI
  • Using Growth Models in NCLB Accountability Systems with Examples of Growth of Special Education Students
  • Successful Strategies for the Speech-Pathologist shortage in Oregon schools
  • Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners and RTI
  • Hot Topics in Special Education Law
  • Section 504 Complaints Update
  • Supervising Special Education Staff with Performance AND Medical Issues

Cost for COSA members to this one-day event is $75.  For attendees who are not COSA members, the cost is $90. Registration for this event is now closed.


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