Effectiveness of Tools for Getting Along: Teaching Students Problem-Solving Skills

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This presentation described results from an effectiveness study of the Tools for Getting Along (TFGA) social problem-solving program. Findings show robust positive effects of TFGA on social–emotional and behavioral outcomes of Grade 4 students in geographically and demographically diverse areas. Attendees can use this information to determine whether the TFGA program is appropriate for supporting students’ social–emotional learning in their districts, schools, or classrooms.

Presenters: Carl Sumi and Jenn Nakamura
Conference: National Association of School Psychologists Conference (NASP)
Presentation Date: February 17, 2022


Topics: Classroom-based intervention Presentation School-based supports and systems Social-emotional learning