Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN)
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Tri-State Webinar: Strategies to Support Better Student Behavior

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Description

 

This training will help participants to identify why students use challenging behavior. Participants will understand the role they play in the behavior and learn ways to improve student behavior through accurate and consistent use of evidence-based practices.

 

Learner Objectives

 

After attending this webinar participants will:

  • Identify why students use challenging behavior
  • Identify what role the participant plays in the behavior
  • Demonstrate ways to improve student behavior

 

Presenter Information

 

Ashley Bauer is a Behavior Analyst for the Nebraska ASD Network. She received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010. She completed her M.Ed. in Special Education, Consultation, and Collaboration with an emphasis in Autism and BCBA coursework from Arizona State University in 2011. Ashley became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in November 2017. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys caring for her chickens with her husband, hiking, and traveling.

 

Meggin Funk is the Western Region Coordinator for the Nebraska ASD Network. She provides support to ASD Network referrals, birth-21. Meggin graduated from Chadron State College in 1998 with a B.A. in Social Psychology and Communications. She went on to receive her M.S.Ed in Communication Disorders (SLP) from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2003 and completed coursework through Florida Institute of Technology to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2019. With her dual education and expertise in communication disorders and autism, Meggin supports families, professionals, and school districts to build capacity in educating students with ASD. In her free time, Meggin enjoys being with her husband and three children and volunteering at a local youth center.

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