Implementation

Questions to ask before implementing a school-wide program

Authors : Yunsoo Park

Multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) typically include school-wide or universal support (tier 1), targeted interventions for at-risk students (tier 2), and individualized services for students with intensive needs (tier 3). Read our post for more information about multi-tiered frameworks. MTSS have been increasingly adopted across schools in the U.S. and show promising social-emotional, behavioral, and … Continue reading Questions to ask before implementing a school-wide program

Clinician Feedback on Benefits of Manualized Instruction

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

What happens after a program is implemented? Dr. Michelle Woodbridge describes clinicians’ perspectives on how using research-supported intervention programs created meaningful, sustainable changes in practice. This video was produced by the 3C Institute. Helpful resources on cognitive behavior interventions can be found on the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools  (CBITS) program website. Resources … Continue reading Clinician Feedback on Benefits of Manualized Instruction

Getting Started With Positive Behavior Supports

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Introduction to using positive behavior supports in schools. This video was produced by the 3C Institute. Additional resources on cognitive behavior interventions can be found on the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools  (CBITS) program website. Resources for trauma-informed schools can be found on the Treatment and Services Adaptation Center (TSA) website.

Communication Paves the Way for EBPs in Schools

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Dr. Michelle Woodbridge explains the different types of communication needed to implement Evidence Based Programs (EBP) in schools. This video was produced by the 3C Institute. Helpful  resources on cognitive behavior interventions can be found on the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools  (CBITS) program website. Resources for trauma-informed schools can be found on … Continue reading Communication Paves the Way for EBPs in Schools

Evaluating the Fit of EBPs for Schools

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Dr. Michelle Woodbridge advises on what types of evidence are meaningful and relevant when selecting interventions. This video was produced by the 3C Institute. Additional resources on cognitive behavior interventions can be found on the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools  (CBITS) program website. Resources for trauma-informed schools can be found on the Treatment and … Continue reading Evaluating the Fit of EBPs for Schools

Support for Evidence Based Interventions in Schools

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Dr. Michelle Woodbridge explains how evidence based interventions are more powerful and ultimately cost-effective than “implement and hope” efforts. This video was produced by the 3C Institute. Additional resources on cognitive behavior interventions can be found on the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools  (CBITS) program website. Resources for trauma-informed schools can be found … Continue reading Support for Evidence Based Interventions in Schools

Training Maximizes Investment in Evidence Based Practices

Authors : Elaine Mulligan

Brief video of Dr. Michelle Woodbridge explaining the importance of investing in training when implementing a new program. This video was produced by the 3C Institute. Helpful resources on cognitive behavior interventions can be found on the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools  (CBITS) program website. Resources for trauma-informed schools can be found on … Continue reading Training Maximizes Investment in Evidence Based Practices

Incorporating social-emotional learning (SEL) into everyday academic instruction: How do I do it?

Authors : Jennifer Nakamura , Yunsoo Park

Although most teachers recognize the importance of teaching social-emotional skills, many are also concerned about having time to fulfill their other responsibilities. Here we highlight one approach to teaching social-emotional skills in the classroom: incorporating social-emotional learning (SEL) into everyday academic instruction.