Support for Behavior and SEL via MTSS

August 20, 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. ET

This workshop is designed to empower educators and school leaders with strategies for addressing behavioral barriers through an effective Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). Participants will explore the critical intersection of behavior, academics, and social-emotional well-being. Through guidance and collaborative activities, attendees will learn how tiered interventions and supports can enhance student success, create a positive school climate, and promote prosocial behaviors, as well as gain practical tools and evidence-based practices in SEL and behavior management to make a lasting impact on your school community.

Workshop Higlights:

  • Understanding Behavior within MTSS: Explore the role of behavior within the MTSS framework and its impact on student learning and outcomes.
  • Behavioral Data Collection and Analysis: Learn effective strategies for collecting and analyzing behavioral data to inform decision-making and intervention planning.
  • Tiered Interventions for Behavior: Gain insight into tiered interventions for behavior, including universal, targeted, and intensive supports, and how to implement them within MTSS structures.
  • Building a Positive School Climate: Explore strategies for creating a positive, supportive, and inclusive school climate that promotes prosocial behaviors, and reduces disciplinary issues

Who Should Come:

  • District/School Administrators
  • Principals/Vice-Principals
  • Content Supervisors & Department Leads
  • MTSS Supervisors/Coordinators/Leads
  • School Counselors
  • School Psychologists
  • Behavior Support Staff

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About the Presenter

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Dr. Lauren Goodwin has a wealth of clinical experience, working with adults who have various diagnoses and serving as a consulting behaviorist for both general and special education populations within school districts. Throughout her career, she has focused on effective staff training, development and supervision of clinical programming, along with program evaluation. She is especially passionate about working with individuals of all backgrounds, as well as training frontline staff, teachers, social workers, counselors, and families to manage interfering behaviors with students and address behavioral concerns.


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