Submissions for Poster/Multi-Media Presentations
***Now Being Accepted***

Share Your School-wide PBIS Experiences at the 2012 Wisconsin PBIS Leadership Forum!!

We are inviting submissions for sharing your PBIS implementation experiences through a Poster/Multi-Media Presentation at the August 2012 Wisconsin PBIS Leadership Forum. The poster/multi-media presentations will be a featured part of our networking reception to be held from 3:45 to 6:00 pm on August 14, 2012.

Poster/multi-media presentations provide a fun and informal opportunity to share detailed examples of what you have done and learned implementing PBIS in your school/district, and to generate one-to-one discussion about how PBIS is actually working. Poster/multi-media presentations may address a range of topics along the School-wide PBIS continuum of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Interventions, including outcomes, variations, experiences, successes/challenges.

A horizontal tabletop display board is best for displaying your presentation. Please bring this, and any handouts you wish to provide. If requested in advance, power will be available for you to run your laptop or LCD. Our hope is to keep this simple, fun, and informative.

Describe specific practices or implementation procedures used in your school/district.
Include data documenting implementation and/or impact on children.
Please plan to have at least one poster/multi-media presenter available for the full two-hour session.
Handouts are strongly recommended and are the responsibility of the poster/multi-media presenter.
Poster/multi-media presenters must register for the forum.

Interested poster/multi-media presenters can download a Poster/Multi-Media Presentation Proposal form. Please submit the form with a brief description of poster/multi-media topic and content to your Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator.

Proposal Submission Deadline: July 31, 2012

Notification Date: August 3, 2012

Web Resources for More Information on Poster/Multi-media Presentations

Presenting Poster Sessions (Colorado State University)

Designing Effective Posters: An Online Tutorial (University of Kansas)

Sample Layouts/Templates

Poster presentation templates are available for download free of charge at the following websites:

Homegrown SW-PBIS Videos