If you work with students in any capacity, this virtual two day event is for you! From the comfort of wherever you are, log in to interactive sessions, keynotes and/or facilitated networking discussions on multiple topics within a Multi Tiered Systems of Support. Connect with a variety of researchers, practitioners, and other conference participants to explore creative, research based and evidence-based systems and practices to help make your instruction, interventions, assessments, and learning environment the most effective for ALL students.
Dr. Erika McDowell is a distinguished speaker and inspiring practitioner! She graduated with honors from Howard University and New York University, with an Ed.D. from Drexel University in Educational Leadership and Management. Her accolades began early in her school career and have included the New Jersey Governor’s Award and more recently the Ted Carr Early Career Practitioner Award from international Association of Positive Behavior Support (www.APBS.org).
Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden is a policy adviser and thought leader who actively conducts research focused on improving learning outcomes for students. Dr. VanDerHeyden is President of Education Research & Consulting in Fairhope, Alabama, and has a faculty affiliation with the Wheelock College of Education at Boston University.