NH CENTER FOR EFFECTIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS AND SUPPORTS
The New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports (NH CEBIS) engages schools and other youth-serving organizations in developing strategic systems and practices that promote the behavioral, social-emotional and academic growth of all children.
Making sense of Social Emotional LEarning
Howard Muscott and Eric Mann each have 30-plus years of experience working in schools. They bring a wealth of knowledge in Social Emotional Learning, Behavior Support, and Multi-Tiered Systems to their training, coaching and consultation. Eric and Howard provide flexibility, humor, practical solutions and strategic decision-making. Using a personalized approach and a willingness to listen, they work collaboratively to align coaching and professional development support to each school and school district’s unique culture.
Save the Dates!
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavioral Health
Tier 2 Team Training!
March 13, April 14, May 11, and June 4, 2020
Many New Hampshire schools continue to struggle with the complex social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students, especially those who show risk for school failure. Failure to meet these needs not only affects academic achievement, it can also result in negative outcomes such as mental health crises, substance misuse, dropping out of school, risky sexual behavior, and violence. Schools that implement Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavioral Health (MTSS-B) have better educational outcomes, improved school culture and climate, and higher staff satisfaction. MTSS-B is an evidence-based framework designed to transform school environments to become less reactive via team-based decision-making and implementation of research-based practices.
The MTSS-B framework consists of three levels: (a) Tier 1 (Universal); (b) Tier 2 (Targeted Behavior Support), and, (c) Tier 3 (Individualized Supports). Each Tier is designed to prevent problem behaviors and address the social/emotional needs of students. Tier 2 supports are critical to the health and well-being of students who need additional social/emotional instruction, but schools often fail to put effective Tier 2 supports into place.
This 4-day series is for Tier 2 teams that are ready to implement or revamp/renew their Tier 2 systems, data, and practices. Participants will receive in-depth training and hands-on experience in how to form an effective Tier 2 Team, how to use data to identify and effectively support students, several evidence-based social/emotional learning interventions for Tiers 2 supports, how to assess and develop positively focused behavior support plans, and how to work with family members and other stakeholders.
Please save the dates and look for the Registration link in January. For questions please contact Cat Jones: Cat.Jones@unh.edu
The New Hampshire MTSS-B Collaborative is a partnership between the NH Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports (NH CEBIS) at SERESC, Strafford Learning Center, and the Institute on Disability at University of New Hampshire. Our mission is to design, promote, and support NH’s Multi-Tiered System of Support for Behavioral Health and Wellness to improve educational outcomes for all children and youth.