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New COVID-19 Resources page

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Look up in the menu bar! We’ve added a new section to our Student Behavior Blog dedicated to sharing informative and useful information and tools to help parents talk to children about the virus, plus resources for online learning, downloadable lessons, resources for parents working from home, and more. Visit our COVID-19 Resources page, and … Continue reading New COVID-19 Resources page

Ways that schools can support students dealing with trauma

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

In a new blog post for The DC Policy Center, our researcher Yunsoo Park describes the impacts of community violence on students in Washington, DC and offers strategies for schools, plus links to helpful resources. Read When students don’t feel safe in the neighborhood: How can schools help? at https://www.dcpolicycenter.org/publications/mental-health-supports/?mc_cid=566fe0da67&mc_eid=ae1969118c

Need help with your elevator speech? 

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

It can be challenging to make the case for a new intervention program, research initiative, or general behavior support. There is a lot of information to convey, but you usually don’t have much time to make your case to your administrators/team/community. Our senior researchers have done it for you! We’ve added a series of brief, 1-3 … Continue reading Need help with your elevator speech? 

5 “T” Strategies for Promoting Student Mental Health

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Three and a half minute animated video describing ways that teachers can incorporate mental health practices into everyday classroom activities. Adapted from our How can we incorporate mental health education into schools? Consider the 5 Ts blog.

Check out our new Resources section!

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Need quick, digestible information on supporting student behavior? We have a bunch of goodies for you! Our new Resources section offers infographics and brief videos full of just-in-time strategies and tips for classroom teachers.  Go to the new Resources page!