Classcraft Fact Sheet

Authors : Editorial Team

Designed for whole-class instruction, Classcraft™ supports the craft of teaching by providing efficacious academic content and tools that foster a positive classroom climate. Classcraft enables consistent, seamless delivery of research-based academic lessons that gets students excited about school and increases their engagement. Pre-built, standards-aligned, whole-class instruction provides educators with real-time insights to support in-class remediation.

How to Really Include Student Voice: Lessons from Youth-Led Focus Groups

Authors : Adrienne Woods

In fall 2022, the SRI research team worked with a student-led advisory group as part of our work with Santa Clara County Office of Education to assess the behavioral health needs of children and youth. This blog post, one in a series, provides the participating youth’s perspectives on conducting and learning from student focus groups.

We’re hiring! Are you passionate about working with educators to improve support for all children?

Authors : Editorial Team

Do you want to contribute to the evidence base on approaches for supporting school-based mental health services and supports for positive learning environments in PreK-16?

Impacts and Implications for Remote Data Collection in High School Classrooms

Authors : Carl Sumi , Maddie Cincebeaux

(AERA 2022) School closures during the COVID-19 pandemic introduced significant disruption to educational research in 2020 and into 2021. In-person studies were put on hiatus, abandoned, or converted to remote studies.

Check out our new Research page!

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Wondering what kinds of projects we’ve been funded to examine over the years? Check out our Research page!

New resources for educators on dealing with racism and trauma

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

We’ve recently added several timely resources for classroom teachers on having difficult conversations with students around racism and police violence. Check out our Resources page: https://studentbehaviorblog.org/resources/ 

Missing our COVID-19 Resources?

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

We’ve retired our COVID-19 Resources section, but many of those resources can be found in our general Resources section. You can also find those resources here: https://studentbehaviorblog.org/tag/covid-19/.

Why we stay home

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

The uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic has upended the daily lives of children across the globe, and parents and caregivers have struggled to explain the changes brought by COVID-19. Two medical students in California wanted to help bridge that gap inspired them to write a free children’s book called “Why We Stay Home” and offer … Continue reading Why we stay home

Fun & games to improve mental health

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

The Texas Institute for Mental Health in the University of Texas at Austin launched an interactive, online set of resources to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month. Their Fun and Games features offers activities from different school districts, sortable by type of activity (brain games, up & active, creativity & art, learning & development, mental health … Continue reading Fun & games to improve mental health

How to help a friend

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

This infographic/flyer from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Central Texas offers warning signs for mental illness, tips for starting a conversation with a friend, and ways to support, all in a simple and engaging format. It’s part of the new interactive, online set of resources created by the Texas Institute for Mental … Continue reading How to help a friend