Stacy Morgan

Using the Competing Behavior Pathway

Stacy Morgan began her career as a high school inclusion teacher. During this time she worked with a variety of students including many students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders (EBD), and realized few resources existed to successfully support teachers administering behavioral classrooms.

To help improve her skills she enrolled in the Behavior Coach Endorsement Program through the Education Service Center Region XIII in Austin, Texas. She moved to a middle school and developed a highly successful campus program which resulted in being asked to lead the district in redevelopment of elementary through high school behavioral programs as Coordinator of Behavioral Services. To continue her learning and skills she enrolled at Texas A&M university to complete her Masters of Science in Educational Psychology with an emphasis on students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders (EBD) as well as Systems of Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports (PBIS).

Most recently, Stacy and her colleague Mae partnered to develop quality training and support for teachers in all areas of special education to ensure that teachers have the information they need to create successful programming for struggling students.

My Sessions

Pre Conference: Using the Competing Behavior Pathway to Improve Student Outcomes and District Accountability

This presentation will cover 5 essential features to improve student achievement through addressing behavioral needs.    Using the Competing Behavior Pathway as a tool with all five features, the presenters will outline strategies to 1. Plan proactively to comprehensively support for student behavior needs, 2. Communicate effectively with all stakeholders including general education teachers, campus […]