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Best Practices to Address Disproportionality and Academics via Personalized Interventions
We will be reviewing research informed best practices in implementing effective behavior intervention programs that address disproportionality and support Safe and Supportive Schools and academic achievement. Ripple Effects will be used as an example of one such model program for behavioral supports.
Tuesday March 11, 2014 12:30 to 1:15 PM Pacific Time
Eight Weeks to Success: Effective Behavioral Interventions with CCSS Alignment
We will be reviewing research-based best practices in implementing behavioral RTI that have been shown to improve behavior, reduce discipline referrals and raise grades. Ripple Effects programs will be used as an example of a CCSS aligned, multi tiered intervention.
Thursday March 13, 2014 12:30 – 1:15 PM Pacific Time
Break the Cycle: Turn ISS into Academic and Behavioral Supports
We will review the policies, processes and a computer-based intervention in a Florida high school that reduces repeat discipline referrals and disproportionality
Wednesday March 19, 2014 12:30 – 1:30 PM Pacific time
Once registered you will receive an email with information you need to join the Webinar.
Direct-to-learner delivery of tiered behavioral interventions
Lots of programs enable behavioral assessment and tracking of those assessments.
Data Driven PBIS
Using Ripple Effects for Positive
PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Support) is not a specific program, but a problem-solving framework for addressing behavior challenges in school settings.
Using Ripple Effects in ISS and
Many students identified as having special needs have behavior problems.
Using Ripple Effects to bridge the achievement gap
The link between social-emotional factors and academic performance is strong.
Using Ripple Effects to support students with special needs
Ripple Effects is an ideal intervention for in-school suspension (ISS) and detention settings.
Self directed Computerized RTI meets each student's needs.
Ripple Effects data management and reporting features support Response to Intervention (RTI) and enable adult facilitators to monitor each student's progress with a minimum of fuss.