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Shana Bailey
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870-368-7955
K-12 Behavior Support Specialists of Arkansas
Shana Bailey
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K-12 Behavior Support Specialist

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Work Phone:
870-368-7955


EducationProfessional Experience

Educational History:

  • Graduated from Cave City High School in 2005
  • Graduated from Arkansas State University in 2009 (undergraduate)
  • Graduated from West Virginia University 2012 (graduate)

Degrees and Certifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology 
  • Master of Science in Psychology (area of emphasis was Behavior Analysis)

Professional Development:

While in the role of K-12 Behavior Support Specialist at NAESC, I have attended the following professional development events:

  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 44th Annual Convention in San Diego, CA (May 2018) 
  • AR-CASE 2018 Spring Conference with Dr. Randall Sprick (Day 1) and Arkansas Attorney Panel (Day 2) in Little Rock, AR (March 2018)
  • Special Education Process at NAESC (Februrary 2018)
  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Refresher (CPI), presented by Tiffany Casey at Norfork Elementary School (October 2017)
  • Emotional Disturbance presented by Dr. Laura A. Riffle at Arkansas School Psychology Association Conference held at University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR (September 2017)
  • Classroom Management, Effective Instruction, and Student Motivation: The Keys to Raising Student Achievement, presented by Mark McLeod at NAESC (September 2017)
  • Arkansas Collaborative Consultants Conference (with Nobel Impact) in Conway, AR, coordinated by Jennifer Gonzales from the Arkansas Department of Education (August 2017)  
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 43rd Annual Convention in Denver, CO (May 2017)
  • PESI: Mental Health Issues in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Helping Children and Adolescents Succeed by Jay Berk, Ph.D. at Hilton Garden Inn in Jonesboro, AR (April 2017)
  • STAR Two-Day Comprehensive Workshop presented by STAR Autism Support at Easter Seals Outreach in Little Rock, AR (April 2017) 
  • PEAK Autism Conference: All Students Can Succeed! Effective Interventions for behavioral and social challenges by Jed Baker, Ph.D. at Four Points Sheraton in Little Rock, AR (February 2017) 
  • Fragile X and Hyperarousal Educational Conference at Second Baptist Church in Conway, AR  by Tracy Stackhouse, MA, OTR and Sarah (Mouse) Scharfenaker, MA CCC-SLP from Developmental FX in Denver, CO (October 2016)
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 42nd Annual Convention in Chicago, IL (May 2016)
  • PEAK Autism Conference:  Practical Strategies for Success for Student/Child With ASD “Just Relax & Extreme Make-Over School Edition” by Susan Stokes, M.A., CCC-SLP, Educational Autism Consultant (March 2016)
  • ARMEA Annual Conference at Holiday Inn Airport in Little Rock,AR (March 2016) 
  • Rage to Reason:  Behavior Intervention for the Treatment of Explosive Behavior in Children with Emotional Disorders by Amy Buie, Med., BCBA, LBA (December 2015)
  • Building Local Capacity Through Multi-Tiered Behavior Support Systems by Drs. Bailey and Doggett (December 2015)
  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training by Tiffany Casey (October 2015)
  • You Can’t Re-Arrange the Furniture Unless You’re Invited into the House:  A Toolbox of Relationship-Building Strategies in School-Based Consultation by Dr. John Murphy (August 2015)
  • Arkansas Association of Education Administrators:  2015 AASEA Special Education Conference (June 2015)
  • Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day:  The ILAUGH Model of Social Thinking and Thinking About YOU Thinking About Me by Renee Attaway, MS, CCC-SLP (June 2015)
  • Meeting the Needs of Students with Complex Learning Needs:  Doing What Works Instructional Strategies by Easter Seals Disability Services of Arkansas (June 2015)
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 41st Annual Convention in San Antonio, TX (May 2015)
  • University of Arkansas ASD Symposium 2015:  Teaching Children with High Functioning Autism by Drs. Terri Daly and Scott Bellini (April 2015)
  • Future Horizons, Inc:  Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome Conference by Dr. Temple Grandin, Beth Aune, OTR/L, and Dr. Jim Ball (October 2014)
  • ADOS-2 Training by Dr. Rachel Hundley (August 2014)
  • Win-Win Classroom Management by Dr. Todd Whitaker (July 2014)
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 40th Annual Convention in Chicago, IL (May 2014)
  • University of Arkansas 6th Annual ASD Symposium:  Understanding and Implementing Pivotal Response Treatment (May 2014)
  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine:  Behavior in Autism and Downs Syndrome (April 2014)
  • Introduction to Essentials for Living: A Communication, Behavior, and Functional Skills Assessment, Curriculum, and Teaching Manual by Patrick McGreevy and Troy Fry (November 2013)
  • Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Plan Development by Dr. Eric Hartwig (October 2013)
  • Professional Crisis Management Association:  Professional Crisis Management Practitioner 2 (P) (October 2013)
  • NEA: Special Education Institute:  Strategies for Teaching Students with Emotional Disturbance in Public Schools (September 2013)
  • Professional Crisis Management Association:  Behavior Tools Instructor (September 2013)

Educational History:

  • Graduated from Cave City High School in 2005
  • Graduated from Arkansas State University in 2009 (undergraduate)
  • Graduated from West Virginia University 2012 (graduate)

Degrees and Certifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology 
  • Master of Science in Psychology (area of emphasis was Behavior Analysis)

Professional Development:

While in the role of K-12 Behavior Support Specialist at NAESC, I have attended the following professional development events:

  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 44th Annual Convention in San Diego, CA (May 2018) 
  • AR-CASE 2018 Spring Conference with Dr. Randall Sprick (Day 1) and Arkansas Attorney Panel (Day 2) in Little Rock, AR (March 2018)
  • Special Education Process at NAESC (Februrary 2018)
  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Refresher (CPI), presented by Tiffany Casey at Norfork Elementary School (October 2017)
  • Emotional Disturbance presented by Dr. Laura A. Riffle at Arkansas School Psychology Association Conference held at University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR (September 2017)
  • Classroom Management, Effective Instruction, and Student Motivation: The Keys to Raising Student Achievement, presented by Mark McLeod at NAESC (September 2017)
  • Arkansas Collaborative Consultants Conference (with Nobel Impact) in Conway, AR, coordinated by Jennifer Gonzales from the Arkansas Department of Education (August 2017)  
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 43rd Annual Convention in Denver, CO (May 2017)
  • PESI: Mental Health Issues in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Helping Children and Adolescents Succeed by Jay Berk, Ph.D. at Hilton Garden Inn in Jonesboro, AR (April 2017)
  • STAR Two-Day Comprehensive Workshop presented by STAR Autism Support at Easter Seals Outreach in Little Rock, AR (April 2017) 
  • PEAK Autism Conference: All Students Can Succeed! Effective Interventions for behavioral and social challenges by Jed Baker, Ph.D. at Four Points Sheraton in Little Rock, AR (February 2017) 
  • Fragile X and Hyperarousal Educational Conference at Second Baptist Church in Conway, AR  by Tracy Stackhouse, MA, OTR and Sarah (Mouse) Scharfenaker, MA CCC-SLP from Developmental FX in Denver, CO (October 2016)
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 42nd Annual Convention in Chicago, IL (May 2016)
  • PEAK Autism Conference:  Practical Strategies for Success for Student/Child With ASD “Just Relax & Extreme Make-Over School Edition” by Susan Stokes, M.A., CCC-SLP, Educational Autism Consultant (March 2016)
  • ARMEA Annual Conference at Holiday Inn Airport in Little Rock,AR (March 2016) 
  • Rage to Reason:  Behavior Intervention for the Treatment of Explosive Behavior in Children with Emotional Disorders by Amy Buie, Med., BCBA, LBA (December 2015)
  • Building Local Capacity Through Multi-Tiered Behavior Support Systems by Drs. Bailey and Doggett (December 2015)
  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training by Tiffany Casey (October 2015)
  • You Can’t Re-Arrange the Furniture Unless You’re Invited into the House:  A Toolbox of Relationship-Building Strategies in School-Based Consultation by Dr. John Murphy (August 2015)
  • Arkansas Association of Education Administrators:  2015 AASEA Special Education Conference (June 2015)
  • Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day:  The ILAUGH Model of Social Thinking and Thinking About YOU Thinking About Me by Renee Attaway, MS, CCC-SLP (June 2015)
  • Meeting the Needs of Students with Complex Learning Needs:  Doing What Works Instructional Strategies by Easter Seals Disability Services of Arkansas (June 2015)
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 41st Annual Convention in San Antonio, TX (May 2015)
  • University of Arkansas ASD Symposium 2015:  Teaching Children with High Functioning Autism by Drs. Terri Daly and Scott Bellini (April 2015)
  • Future Horizons, Inc:  Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome Conference by Dr. Temple Grandin, Beth Aune, OTR/L, and Dr. Jim Ball (October 2014)
  • ADOS-2 Training by Dr. Rachel Hundley (August 2014)
  • Win-Win Classroom Management by Dr. Todd Whitaker (July 2014)
  • Association for Behavior Analysis International 40th Annual Convention in Chicago, IL (May 2014)
  • University of Arkansas 6th Annual ASD Symposium:  Understanding and Implementing Pivotal Response Treatment (May 2014)
  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine:  Behavior in Autism and Downs Syndrome (April 2014)
  • Introduction to Essentials for Living: A Communication, Behavior, and Functional Skills Assessment, Curriculum, and Teaching Manual by Patrick McGreevy and Troy Fry (November 2013)
  • Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Plan Development by Dr. Eric Hartwig (October 2013)
  • Professional Crisis Management Association:  Professional Crisis Management Practitioner 2 (P) (October 2013)
  • NEA: Special Education Institute:  Strategies for Teaching Students with Emotional Disturbance in Public Schools (September 2013)
  • Professional Crisis Management Association:  Behavior Tools Instructor (September 2013)

Current Position:

I am currently the K-12 Behvaior Support Specialist at the NAESC. I started this position in August 2013.

Previous Position:

Prior to my current position, I provided behavior consultation in some public schools in West Virginia as part of a supervised practicum through West Virginia University. This position provided part of my training during graduate school.