2014 National ID&R Forum Presentations

We are pleased to make available the presentation materials from each session. Please click on the session titles below to access the PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and/or web links. Also available is the video shown in the closing session.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Florida A Florida B Florida D Omni Ballroom Pensacola
1:00 - 3:00pm Opening & Networking Session - Florida Ballroom
3:15 - 4:30pm
BLOCK A
A1

STAMP Eligibility for New Recruiters

R. Melecio
A2

Outreach and Workforce Services for Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers

M. Garcia, L. Valdivia-Sanchez
A3

Common Sense Self-Defense

Det. S. Rodriguez
A4

Demystifying Migrant Education Program's ID&R Myths

C. Rodriguez-Jensen, S. Martinez
A5

Sowing the Seeds for Successful ID&R

C. Doyle, K. Chadwick, R. White, L. Puente

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Florida A Florida B Florida D Omni Ballroom Pensacola
8:30 - 10:00am
BLOCK B
B1

How to Become a Better Recruiter with MSIX

W. Sadek, L. Gillette, A. Babcock
B2

Rights and Services for Homeless Migrant Students

C. Dukes
B3

Strategies for Conducting Effective Interviews

J. Echegaray, L. Ginn
B4

What’s Changed in ID&R? A Panel Discussion with our Most Experienced Recruiters

T. Hanley, C. McAdoo, M. Flores, B. Thompson
B5

Opening School Doors for Regional Recruiters

I. Sanchez, O.Coffta, E. Hanehan-Acker
10:15 - 11:45am
BLOCK C
C1

Electronic COE - What does this really mean and how do I get there?

V. Murray
C2

Current Immigration Legislation Perspective

E. Curran
C3

Let's Use Innovative Ways to Recruit and Provide Services!

K. Garcia, B. Macias, A. Aranda, M. Francisco
C4

Navigating the Murky Waters of Eligibility

S. Martinez, C. Rodriquez Jensen
C5

Help! I don't have an education background, and now I am serving students!

J. Castañeda, H. Maitlen
1:15 - 2:45pm
BLOCK D
D1

Identification and Recruitment in an Electronic Age

E. Garza
D2

Update on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

K.J. Smith
D3

Applying Effective Communication and Information During the ID&R Interview

M. Flores
D4

Resolving Eligible Case Scenarios Using the 5 Factors

M. Williams, B. Lack
D5

Using Migrant Data to Support Recruitment Efforts

I. Sanchez, O. Coffta
3:00 - 4:30pm
BLOCK E
E1

Keeping Field Staff Safe: Situational Awareness, Emotional Intelligence and Preparedness

E. Shea
E2

Looks Like a Duck, Quacks Like a Duck, But Could Be a Gator - Sharpening Your Skills in Determining If a Child is MEP Eligible

M. Haluska
E3

Getting in Shape: Running with RAN in ID&R

C. Gagliano
E4

Dust Off Your ID&R: The Recruitment Sweep - What, Why, and How

J. Reyes-Lua, T. Haas, M.Hannum, D. Showman
E5

Effective Recruiting Strategies Across Cultures

D. Fisk

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Florida A Florida B Florida D Omni Ballroom Pensacola
8:30 - 10:00am
BLOCK F
F1

Identification and Recruitment Tennessee Style!

J. Castañeda, H. Maitlen, J. Settles
F2

Are You a Well Prepared Bug?

R. Thompson
F3

Don’t Get Lost in the Details

M. Perez de Leon
F4

HEP/CAMP Cooperation and Collaboration with the MEP

P. Doone, R. Mendez
F5

Strategic Planning in Identification and Recruitment

E. Garza
10:30 - 11:15am Closing Session: Recruitment Tips Video - Florida Ballroom

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