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MAIER PD Series: Using Data to Support Decision-making. Part 2

December 4, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

| $30

Using Data to Support Decision-making. Part 2: What do I do with this data?
Note: This session is Part 2 of this two-part series.

Speaker: Gretchen Scheibel, M.S., OTR/L, BCBA

Sessions begin at 9am and end by 3:30pm. Sign-in begins at 8:30am.
Governor Hill Mansion, Augusta, Maine

Register online at our secure registration site. Registration closes one week prior to event, so register early!
Late registrations will be considered if space is available.

The second session of this two-part professional development training series will provide a overview of data driven decision making, including methods of processing data, interpreting data and how to use data to make decisions. This information will foster a better understanding of how objective data of a student’s performance can refine the implementation of interventions and guide decision making to continue, modify or discontinue an intervention. The participants will have the opportunity to process and interpret data to guide decision making.

Contact hours are awarded upon completion of the workshop. CEUs (.6) are available with a $20 processing fee.

Gretchen Scheibel, MS, OTR/L, BCBA is a behavior consultant working in Midcoast and Central Maine. She specializes in designing educational programs based on the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports framework and the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Dually certified as a Behavior Analyst and an Occupational Therapist she posesses a unique understanding of special education and the necessary supports to promote student success, her practice focuses on using an evidence-based approach to promoting positive behavior and improving functional performance in the education environment. Ms. Scheibel presents nationally on the topic of building interdisciplinary collaboration and demonstrating the value of occupational therapy in complex practice environments, additionally she provides programatic consultation on interdisciplinary collaboration and evidence-based practice implementation.

For more information about MAIER Professional Development Series click here
Register online at our secure registration site.


December 4, 2017
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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Maine Autism Institute for Education and Research
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Governor Hill Mansion
136 State St
Augusta, ME 04330 United States
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