Are you interested in implementing a research-based system for creating a cohesive, positive school culture and climate? Are you concerned about how to support the social/emotional health of your students? Are you concerned about how to support and teach new routines to your students?
The MTSS-B Framework is proven effective in rolling out and aligning initiatives to enhance the social and emotional development of your students
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavioral Health (MTSS-B)
TIER 1 LEADERSHIP TEAM
ONLINE TRAINING SERIES
Using Schoolwide Interventions to Support the Social/Emotional Development of All Students
For more information and to register: https://iod.unh.edu/Tier1Series/2020
The MTSS-B framework has been shown to improve student engagement, create school climates and cultures that are positive and inclusive of all students, improve student academic outcomes, and reduce behavioral issues.
This virtual training will train school-level leadership teams on how to establish Tier 1 “Universal” systems for behavioral health and wellness. Teams will learn how to organize their learning community to include diverse school and community voice, create a positive school-wide system, align multiple efforts and resources, and create a coherent, consistent, and positive environment for all students.
Your school’s MTSS-B Tier 1 team can use these 2 1/2-hour sessions as part of the team’s regular meeting times. Each team will be provided team time and guidance to develop and monitor interventions for students.
Lead Trainer: Heidi Cloutier, UNH IOD, Endorsed PBIS Trainer by the University of Connecticut Center for Behavioral Education and Research (CBER)
COSTS: Team of 3–5: $3,000 Team of 6-8: $4,000
Tier 1 Team members will learn how to:
• Establish an effective schoolwide leadership team
• Choose and implement school-wide interventions that will improve social emotional skills
• Engage teachers, students, and family members to create a cohesive school community
• Use data to continuously improve implementation
• Align multiple approaches
• Implement classroom-based interventions to improve classroom climate and academic outcomes
• Evaluate fidelity and effectiveness of the interventions using data-based decision making
• Collaborate effectively with community partners
• Engage school staff, students, and families in schoolwide implementation
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