Behavior/Social Emotional Learning

A tiered system of behavioral health and social-emotional supports is built upon a solid foundation of effective core instruction and practices that establish a safe and predictable learning environment for all students. This behavioral health and social-emotional framework should meet the needs of all learners, including those with diverse needs, as well as provide support for adults in the system.
Decisions across the tiers are made using a consistent data-based problem-solving process. Teams use data to determine the strength of the core/Tier 1 as well as when supplemental and/or individualized intensive intervention is needed for students.  Supports are continually evaluated for effectiveness and fidelity of implementation. Without effective and systematic processes to engage in data-based problem solving, schools and districts may be spending time implementing ineffective practices.

Tier 1

At Tier 1, effective core instruction is provided to all students including diverse learners.    
click read more below to access evidence-based tier 1 information for both elementary and secondary students, as well as guidance on the analysis of school-wide behavioral and/or Social-Emotional data to make decisions.
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Tier 2

At Tier 2, evidence-based and appropriate supplemental supports are provided to some students in addition to effective core instruction.   
CLICK READ MORE BELOW TO ACCESS EVIDENCE-BASED TIER 2 information FOR BOTH ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY STUDENTS, AS WELL AS GUIDANCE ON THE ANALYSIS OF behavioral AND/OR SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DATA TO MAKE DECISIONS.
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Tier 3

At Tier 3, individualized, intensive supports are provided to students who don't respond to effective core instruction and supplemental supports.   
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Classroom

In a multi-tiered system of supports, classroom instruction and practices occur for all students in the classroom, including diverse learners and those learners who may need extra support.
CLICK READ MORE BELOW TO ACCESS EVIDENCE-BASED classroom information FOR BOTH ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY STUDENTS, AS WELL AS GUIDANCE ON THE ANALYSIS OF grade- or class-level behavioral AND/OR SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DATA TO MAKE DECISIONS.
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Restorative Practices

In a multi-tiered system of supports, Restorative Practices are utilized within an effective behavioral core to "strengthen relationships between individuals and social connections within communities" (IIRP). 
CLICK READ MORE BELOW TO ACCESS MORE INFORMATION ON RESTORATIVE PRACTICES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EFFECTIVE BEHAVIORAL CORE. 
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Last modified: Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 12:56 PM