On-Demand: Tier 1 Social, Emotional and Behavioral Supports to Restart Learning During a Crisis
Disruptions to routines and schedules caused by school closures left many students without much-needed social-emotional support this spring. When school resumes in the fall, young people will be struggling with fear, anxiety and many other emotions that will affect their academic performance and behavior. This will make the need for social-emotional and behavioral (SEB) supports more critical than ever to ensure students are psychologically and emotionally able to learn.
Watch this edWebinar with Dr. Gregory Fabiano, Professor of Psychology, Florida International University, as he discusses the effectiveness of tier 1 SEB supports in getting students back on track. Dr. Fabiano shares:
- The evidence base for tier 1 classroom SEB supports
- The most effective tier 1 SEB supports during these uncertain times
- How to implement class-wide SEB supports
- Positive outcomes for classrooms, students and adults (parents and teachers)
We are facing many unknowns as we look ahead to the new school year. Whatever happens, we know students will need extra SEB supports to thrive and learn in these challenging times. This recorded edWebinar will help prepare you and your colleagues to provide what’s needed.
About Our Presenter:
Gregory A. Fabiano, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Florida International University and is a licensed psychologist. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association Division 16 and 53 and currently serves as an associate editor for School Mental Health. Dr. Fabiano’s work focuses on evidence-based assessments and treatments for children with ADHD. He is author or co-author of over 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and has written two books on effective school-based interventions. “Everyday Strategies for ADHD,” the Massive Open Online Course developed by Dr. Fabiano, has been completed by more than 4,000 students. In 2007, Dr. Fabiano received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the nation’s highest honor for early career investigators. He was also selected to be a Family Stability and Self-Sufficiency researcher by the Administration for Children and Families to create, evaluate, and disseminate effective interventions to support families.