October 2-3, 2022
2501 Conference Drive
Norman, OK 73069
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Listen. Learn. Get Inspired.
October 2, 2022 | 1:00 p.m.
ABOUT THIS SESSION: The education of America’s youth is a challenging prospect when one considers the many burdens faced by
impoverished children and their families. Research indicates that poverty need not be a barrier to academic excellence. As co-author of the book Standing in the Gap, Dr. Hodge states, “Across the nation, schools are demonstrating that it can be done: That students can reach high standards, that all children can succeed, that the gap between white and minority students, poor and affluent, can be closed.” More often than not, one caring adult can make all the difference in the world. This presentation will encourage all of us to BE THE ONE.
SPEAKER BIO: Dr. John Hodge is president and co-founder of Urban Learning and Leadership Center (ULLC), an organization focused on student achievement and reduction of the achievement gap. He has served as a Reading, English, and AVID teacher, Assistant Principal and Associate Director of AVID Center Eastern Division. He served as Director of An Achievable Dream Academy, an inner city school that piloted many of the interventions used by ULLC. An Achievable Dream Academy is a high performing, high poverty school that has received numerous national awards. Before his career in education, Dr. Hodge distinguished himself in the service of our country with the 7th Infantry Division of the US Army.
What sets Dr. John Hodge apart in the field of education is his well-documented ability to put research and theory into everyday practice in rural, urban and suburban schools. He has served as an inspirational speaker at national, regional, and statewide conferences across the United States. His presentations are often “the spark” for schools in their quest to meet and exceed state/federal accreditation standards and implement strategies for continuous improvement.
John will also be presenting two breakout sessions.
October 3, 2022 | 8:30 a.m.
ABOUT THIS SESSION: Do you have a plan for what you will do when a student doesn’t comply with your request the first time? Second time? How about the third time? Do you go home tired and exhausted from frustration? This presentation will guide you in developing a thorough, preventative plan for handling issues from low level distractions to serious/chronic behaviors. This is a practical, hands-on presentation filled with concrete steps you can use the next day to help students and yourself.
SPEAKER BIO: Amie Dean, M.Ed., B.A. has worked in education for 28 years. She has experience teaching at all levels, and has taught both special and general education. She was with Fulton County Schools (GA) for ten years, four of which she provided support to teachers and students as the Student Support/RTI Coordinator for her middle school. She holds a Master’s degree in Education and is Nationally Board Certified as an Exceptional Needs Specialist. With 28 years’ experience as an educator and 14 years as a professional consultant, Amie has worked with thousands of teachers, counselors and administrators in over 250 districts to improve best practices in behavior support, student engagement, and differentiated instruction. Amie has trained with Dr. Rick DuFour, Dr. Kay Burke, Dr. Spencer Kagan, Dr. Ruby Payne, and many others. Amie is also an author of many books, including Your Happy Heart, There’s No Dream Too Tall, and 15-Minute Focus: Behavior Interventions.
Amie will also be presenting two breakout sessions.
12:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Registration Open
12:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Exhibits Open
1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Welcome and Keynote Speaker – John Hodge
2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Breakout Session 1
2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Ethics Workshop
3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coffee Break with Exhibitors
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Breakout Session 2
5:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. President’s Reception at the Embassy Suites
LPC, LCSW, LADC, and LMFT CEUs can be earned by attending the conference. The exact number will be determined closer to the conference dates.
Please visit the OSCA website and become a member or renew your annual membership. Please contact OSCA directly for all membership questions.
Do you need help justifying this conference to your Supervisor? Vying for a good funding source can be challenging sometimes. We have created a letter (modeled from ASCA) you can customize to support your efforts to attend the 2022 OSCA Conference!
*Your OSCA membership must be good through October 3, 2022 to qualify for these rates.
**To qualify for the early registration discount, your registration form AND payment (copy of your purchase order, check, or credit card) must be received or postmarked by the early registration cutoff date.
The online registration portal is now closed, but we will be accepting on-site registration at the event. Please bring the Registration Form (see below to download) with your method of payment to the conference.
To pay with a check or purchase order please download the registration form and send it in with your check or purchase order. Registrations cannot be processed without payment. Contact us with questions.
Register below online using a credit card or download the registration form and send it in with your payment.
Please Note: If we are forced to cancel the OSCA Conference because of a “force majeure” event, such as a government restriction on large gatherings that cover the intended size of the conference, then we will issue full refunds of the registrations. Otherwise, our normal cancellation policy will be upheld: There will be no refunds after September 2, 2022. All cancellations before September 2, 2022 will be refunded less a $25 handling fee. The association is not responsible for and cannot give refunds due to problems beyond its control, such as weather and school closings.
On social distancing and other health and safety measures, the regulations/guidelines that apply to hotels and conference centers may change. The OSCA Conference will conform to all necessary regulations/guidelines that are in place as of the date of the conference.
VENUE & HOST HOTEL:
2501 Conference Drive
Norman, OK 73069
Reservation information coming soon.
All events of the conference will be located at the Embassy Suites. Standard rooms at the hotel may be reserved at a special conference rate of $114 plus tax, while rooms are available, using the group code “OKS”. The price includes full, cook-to-order breakfast and evening Manager’s Reception. This rate is valid through September 10, 2022.
You can also book a room by calling (866) 577-1273. Be sure to mention the “OKS” group code.
Looking for something to do with your free time? If looking for some retail therapy check out shopping area adjacent to the hotel, with wonderful places like Homegoods, The White Barn Candle Company, and DSW. You can sit back and relax at the many restaurants, such as Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, Longhorn Steakhouse and Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, along with others. There is tons to do around Norman, so you can learn and play!
National Center for Youth Issues
P.O. Box 22185
Chattanooga, TN 37422-2185
Make all checks and purchase orders payable to:
National Center for Youth Issues
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