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When: Thursday, October 12, 2017
3:00 PM
Where: Marshfield Clinic - Laird Building Room 50
Marshfield, Wisconsin 
United States
Contact: WPHA Office

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Save the Date for a presentation from Dr. Eric Hartwig @ Marshfield Clinic. Join WPHA afterwards for social hour at Blue Heron Pub!

Regional Meeting Agenda:

3:00 p.m. - Registration & Check In Begins @ the Marshfield Clinic - (Room Laird 50)

3:30 p.m. - Welcome & Presentation Starts

  • Welcome from WPHA Board
  • Presentation: Dr. Eric Hartwig - The b.e.s.t. for Children's Behavioral Health: Surviving and Thriving

4:45 p.m. - Head over the Blue Heron Pub!

5:00 p.m. - Blue Heron Pub social hour  

Enjoy the cash bar and light hor d’oeuvres sponsored by WPHA. 
RSVP is certainly not required, please attend if you are able!

Start tweeting your favorite things about WPHA and the Regional Meetings using the hashtag: #thisisWPHA

Directions/parking @ the Marshfield Clinic:  The room (Laird 50) is on the 1st floor of the Melvin Laird Center. Parking will be available in Lot L.

Directions/parking @ Blue Heron Pub: Address: 108 W 9th St, Marshfield, WI 54449. Please click here for Blue Heron Pub website.

Presentation Title: The b.e.s.t. for Children’s Behavioral Health: Surviving and Thriving

About the Presenter:

Eric P. Hartwig, Ph.D.received his doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a M.S. in School Psychology and a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He is experienced and licensed as a Director of Pupil Services, District Administrator and a School Psychologist/Private Practice ®. Presently, he is the Administrator of Pupil Services for the Marathon County Children with Disabilities Education Board and is the author and principle trainer on the Just-in-Time: Behavioral Initiative Project. In addition, Dr. Hartwig is the:

  • ¨Author of a behavioral rating scale designed to identify and treat conduct and personality disorders in school age children (Behavioral Emotional Social Traits) (1986).
  • ¨Co-author of a monograph, Disciplining Students With Disabilities:  A Synthesis of Critical and Emerging Issues and a law report, Disciplining Children With Disabilities:  Balancing Procedural Expectations and Positive Educational Practice (1991).
  • ¨Co-author of the book:  Discipline in the School, 1st Edition (1994).
  • ¨Consulting Editor for Today’s School Psychologist (1997 to present).
  • ¨Co-author of the article:  Disciplining Students in Special Education, The Journal of Special Education, Vol. 33 (4) 2000.
  • ¨Co-author of the book:  Discipline in the School, 2nd Edition (2001).
  • ¨Author of the training manual for the Just-in-Time:  Behavior Initiative Project (2004).
  • ¨Author of Manifestation Determination – Short History and the IDEA Amendments: What You Need to Know. In CASE, Volume 47(3), November-December, 2005.
  • ¨Co-author of the 10 R’s Behavior Change Process (2006).
  • ¨Author of What We Know, What We Aim to Do, Wisconsin School News. (2006).
  • ¨Co-author of the book:  Disciplining Students with Disabilities:  A Balanced Approach to Meeting the Legal Requirements and Implementing Positive Educational Practice (2007).
  • ¨Co-author of Compensatory Education Companion: Your Guide for Legal Compliance and Implementation Strategies (2012)
  • ¨Created online b.e.s.t. (Behavioral Emotional Social Traits) a universal screening for behavioral, emotional and social needs (2013).
  • ¨Co-author of eight videos:
    • ¨How to Make a Manifestation Determination
    • ¨How to Prepare For a Due Process Hearing
    • ¨Conducting Expulsion Hearings:  A Step-by-Step Guide
    • ¨The 11th Hour:  How to Handle the Pre-Expulsion Special Education Referral
    • ¨IEP's and the New IDEA
    • ¨Student Discipline and Section 504 Compliance:  Striking the Balance
    • ¨Discipline Under the New IDEA
    • ¨Functional Behavioral Assessment:  How to Do Them Right
  • ¨Author of four videos - What’s Happened to Discipline?  Real-Life Approaches to Handling Student Behavior:
    • ¨The Foundations of Behavior
    • ¨A Balanced Approach to Discipline
    • ¨12 Things to Remember
    • ¨The FBA in Action:  A Quick Study

He has been an adjunct professor for Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been an adjunct professor and research advisor for Cardinal Stritch College-Milwaukee and Aurora University-Wisconsin Campus.  Dr. Hartwig was named Administrator of Special Services of the Year for 2007-2008, by the Wisconsin Counsel of Administrators of Special Services (WCASS).

Dr. Hartwig is a well respected and noted speaker providing training on a regional, state, national and international level.  

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