MTSS-B Tier 2 Team Online Training Series 2020-2021

Using Targeted Group Interventions to Support Students with Social-Emotional Learning

NH schools are facing new challenges as they continue working to meet the complex social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students, but now within remote and/or hybrid instruction models. Failure to meet these needs not only affects academic achievement, but can also result in negative outcomes such as mental health crises, substance misuse, dropping out of school, risky sexual behavior, and violence.

Addressing these needs has never been more important, and requires more than quick fixes and one-day workshops.

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.

The MTSS-B framework can also help school staff to teach and support new routines and behaviors as students transition back to school.

This interactive training is designed for school teams that are ready to support students who are exhibiting concerning behaviors by developing a systematic approach using evidence-based interventions and supports. Teams can use these sessions as part of their team’s regular meeting times, and will receive guidance to develop and monitor interventions for students.

Team members will focus on how to:

  • Establish an effective team
  • Use effective screening and other practices to determine those students who will benefit
  • Design short-term evidence-based small group interventions
  • Evaluate the fidelity and effectiveness of the interventions using data-based decision making
  • Engage school staff and families

Designed & delivered by:

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Registration for this event is closed.

Date & Time

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 9:00am to 11:00am

Registration Fee

Team of 3-5: $2,500

Team of 6-8: $3,500

Cost includes online access to training materials & recorded sessions.



Event Contact

Cat Jones