Digging into Data Webinar
Addressing Challenging Behavior through Data: Implementing the BIRS in an Early Childhood Program
July 14, 2020
3:00 pm ET
Duration: 1 hour
The Behavior Incident Report System (BIRS) provides early care and education programs with a system to collect and analyze behavior incidents across the program. The system provides an efficient mechanism for gathering information on key elements related to behavior incidents that can be used to make decisions about providing supports to teachers and children. In this webinar we will help participants understand what they need to do to get started using the BIRS in their program.
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Myrna Veguilla, Univeristy of South Florida
Myrna Veguilla, MS, MPH, is a Social & Behavioral Researcher in the Department of Child and Family Studies in the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences of the University of South Florida in Tampa. Her work includes evaluation activities for the National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations and supporting the activities of research studies examining Pyramid Model implementation. She holds a Master of Science in Medical Sciences with a concentration in Medical Microbiology and a Master of Public Health in Public Health Administration and is pursuing her Ph.D. degree in Educational Measurement and Evaluation at the University of South Florida.
Denise Perez Binder, University of South Florida
Denise Perez Binder, M.A., of Florida Center for Inclusive Communities at the University of South Florida provides training, technical assistance, and coaching to teachers and programs on the implementation of the Pyramid Model. She is a training and technical assistance specialist with the national Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTAcenter.org) and the Pyramid Equity Project. She has expertise in program-wide implementation of the Pyramid Model, coaching, and is a trainer for the Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT™).