Join PBIS Rewards for two fun-filled days of learning and collaborating at the 2021 Behavior Education Technology Conference (BET-C), a virtual event is especially fitting. During a season of online, in-person, and hybrid learning, educators have used technology to connect with and inspire students. Now in its 10th year, the BET-C conference focuses on using technology in an educational setting to influence student behavior. This year’s virtual conference takes place November 3-4, 2021.
Balancing Technology and Learning
Many people are wary of technology in education, particularly with the rise of cyberbullying and other forms of online harassment. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the use of technology across all sectors, particularly in education. Educators have adapted to the increased use of technology for teaching and learning, helping students to build digital citizenship skills and putting greater focus on social and emotional learning.
The BET-C Agenda
BET-C is aimed at educators, administrators, technology coordinators, school counselors, PBIS and MTSS coordinators, and others working in the educational sphere. The conference also welcomes parents and students to learn more about educational practices, current findings, and other topics around the educational process.
The 2021 BET-C conference will focus on many facets of social and emotional learning, including:
- Inclusive Practices
- Mental Health
- Community Engagement
- District PBIS Implementation
- Online Radicalization
- Safe Spaces
- Equity in Education
- Special Needs Students
For the entire conference agenda, including presentation titles and presenter information, click here.
Meet PBIS Rewards at BET-C 2021
PBIS Rewards is proud to be the Keynote Sponsor at the 10th annual 2021 Behavior Education Technology Conference (BET-C). This year’s keynote speaker, Rhonda Nese, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the College of Education at the University of Oregon. Dr. Neese serves as the director of a grant from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) centered around reducing exclusionary discipline, improving student behavior, and increasing instructional time. Additionally, she works with three other IES grants that examine evidence-based practices, technology for educators, and assessment of oral reading fluency. Her BET-C keynote, “Keeping Our Commitment to Education for All: Equity in PBIS,” will explore the benefits of PBIS as it relates to vulnerable students.
In addition to our keynote sponsorship, we’re excited to be a part of the BET-C Vendor Hall, where you can learn more about PBIS Rewards and connect with our team members. Conference attendees will also enjoy an in-depth look at PBIS Rewards during our breakout presentations and get exclusive access to the PBIS Rewards Resource Vault.
BET-C takes place November 3-4, 2021, and will be 100% virtual.
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