2015 Presenter Handouts

Presenters’ Handouts

The PowerPoints and handouts for presenters are by session titles.

Baseball vs. Pizza: Changing the Way We Talk to Teens About Sexuality – Heather Alberda

Challenging Students to S.T.A.N.D. Out from the Pack – Jeff Thompson

Connecting with Students…Using Sharpies, Post-it Notes, Index Cards, and Other Easy to Use Materials – Kris Nelson

Farm to School: Cafeteria, Classroom, Community – Michelle Walk

Farm to School Fact Sheet

Fuel Up to Play 60: Forming Student Leaders in Health and Wellness – Brianna Banka

Navigating the Educator Website

Fuel Up To Play 60 QSR

Health Innovation Efforts in Early Childhood: What’s PEACH Got to Do with It? – Crystal D’Agostino and Lauren Nichols

Handout – Nutrition Education Resources

Keynote Session – David Spurlock

Making Connections with Kids through School Health – Cindy Cook, Carlynn Nichols, Crystal Palmer

Online Tools for Your Coordinated School Health Team (HSAT) – Karen Krabill Yoder

Plenary Session: Toddlers to Teens and All the Stages in Between – Ken Horn

School Health Partners: Schools + Nurses = Safe and Healthy Students – Evilia Jankowski

Handout – School Health Partners

Social Emotional Learning within an MTSS Approach – Lisa Jo Gagliardi

Staff Wellness: How to Get Involved – Stacey Sills

Successes & Challenges: YCS District-Wide CSH Team 2013-2015 – Sharon Sheldon, Cynthia Bowers, Mary Beno

Using Bean Bags and Balls to Connect Kids to School Health – MaryAnn Short

Using Bean Bags Handout

What Educators can do to Reduce Mean Behavior – Marcia McEvoy, Ph.D.

Helping mean kids become more altruistic -two pages – explanation and hierarchy H#1

The Heroic Imagination Project – two pages description and activity H#2

Class Meetings – revised for elem and ms H#3

Acknowledging Positive Behavior and Exceptions -K-12th version H#4

Silent Mentoring H#5

Examples of behaviorally specific expectations H#6

Be a Good Bystander H#7

BystanderCardsExplanation and actual situation cards – K-12 version H#8

Student Report Form H#9

Behavior Report Form that matches rubric – K-12 version H#10

Rubric K-1 -Revised (1) H#11

Rubric 2nd-6th Grade Example #12

Rubric for 6-8 Grade #13

Rubric for HighSchool – 9th -12th Grade#14

Whole Child Approach to Student Success – Steve Sukta & Beverly Schroeder

Whole Child Introduction Training Agenda

ASCD The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child booklet

Discussion Questions Recording Sheet

Whole Child Sample Goal

Recommended SI Plan for Whole Child Initiative – Assist Format

Sample Whole Child Training Agenda

Whole Child Connections Among Sex Education, Common Core Standards, School Climate, and Family Engagement – Wendy Sellers

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