This presentation described results from an effectiveness study of the Tools for Getting Along (TFGA) social problem-solving program. The findings from this effectiveness study indicate that the TFGA program has robust positive impacts across student demographics, geographic locales, and socio-economic levels. TFGA is effective in strengthening students’ executive functioning and social skills, which are important components of social problem-solving.
Presenters: W. Carl Sumi and Jennifer Nakamura
Conference: Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE 2021)
Presentation Date: September 28, 2021
- Effectiveness of Tools for Getting Along: Teaching Elementary School Students to Problem Solve (PDF)