Archived Webinars

Exploring MTSS

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavioral Health and Wellness (MTSS-B) is growing nationally as a way to develop a safe and positive school environment in which all students can reach academic and social/emotional success. MTSS-B is a systematic process of creating school environments that are predictable and effective for achieving positive academic and pro-social goals. This webinar will highlight the core features of MTSS-B, focusing on examples, tools, and practices that support students and staff, and explore how MTSS-B is helping schools reducing discipline issues, improve academic success, and create environments where students and staff thrive. Who Should Attend: Teachers, special educators, administrators, parents, school counselors, behavioral specialists, and related professionals are encouraged to attend and explore your questions about what MTSS-B is and how to implement it effectively.

Interconnected System Framework: Integrating School Mental Health through Multi-tiered Systems of Academic/Behavior Support in Schools - April 29, 2015

Presented by JoAnne Malloy, this taped webinar highlights how one school district in NH's Safe Schools/Healthy Students project worked with its local mental health center to build capacity to serve children and youth with mental health concerns. The webinar describes how the district used the framework for blending of PBIS and School Mental Health supports, called the Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF), to implement evidence-based mental health practices in a middle school.

Introduction to PBIS & NH CEBIS for New Staff & Administrators in PBIS-NH Schools - September 16, 2008

Eric Mann, NH CEBIS Trainer and Project Director, and Becky Berk, NH CEBIS Associate Director, facilitated a webinar hosted by The New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports (NH CEBIS) for school staff new to PBIS. (PowerPoint)

Person Centered Planning to Re-engage High School Youth who are at Risk of Dropout
Presented by JoAnne Malloy to the IDEA Partnership at NASDSE

Secondary Transition Webinar Series - March 22, 2012

Part 1:

Developing Measurable Post Secondary Goals and Age Appropriate Transition Assessments. This webinar will use three different student cases studies to help participants understand how to write appropriate, measurable post-secondary goal statements that describe the students’ vision for life after high school, and how to use and document relevant age appropriate transition assessments to develop and revise the students’ vision in the years leading to high school completion. This session will also provide techniques and solutions some of the challenges that may arise around meeting facilitation, youth engagement and difficult conversations.


Part 2:

Developing Courses of Study and Transition Services. This webinar will continue the examination of case studies from Part 1 by examining the Courses of Study and Transition Services that will reasonably enable the students to meet their post secondary goals. This session will also include information about NH School to Work and Extended Learning Opportunities Rules, and will touch on engaging with different NH services.


Part 3:

Developing Annual Goals That Address Transition Service Needs. The third part of this three-part series will focus on developing annual goals that help students increase skills or knowledge in areas that are relevant to their transition service needs.


Six Modules on Assisting Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Challenges

Below are six introductory modules on assisting youth with emotional and behavioral challenges. These modules are suitable for teachers, paraeducators, parents, administrators, community providers, and others interested in the topics below.