Recorded Webinar

Collaborative Coaching for Classroom Management

Audience: District Staff: Directors of MTSS, Special Ed, Student Services, Curriculum & Instruction, Behavior Specialists, and School Psychologists Length: 1 hour In this webinar, we’ll unravel the intricacies of managing diverse learning environments, fostering a positive classroom atmosphere, and setting up routines that prevent behavior from disrupting learning. What will you learn?

Taking a Skills-Based Approach to Behavior Progress Monitoring

Audience: District Staff: Directors of MTSS, Special Ed, Student Services, Curriculum & Instruction, Behavior Specialists, and School Psychologists Length: 1 hour In this webinar, Emergent Tree will provide a brief overview of the most common, evidence-based strategies for behavioral progress monitoring and focus on how each of these data measures can support IEP teams in identifying students’ …

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Developing a District-Aligned Framework as an Integrated Model for MTSS-Behavior

Audience: District Staff: Directors of MTSS, Special Ed, Student Services, Curriculum, and Instruction Length: 1 hour A clear framework is essential in aligning practices for MTSS-Behavior across your district while making space for individual campus needs. This webinar demonstrates how to use the Multi-Tiered Tray Framework for Behavior Support that aligns philosophy, language, and processes …

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Data for Coaching Classroom Management

Audience: Campus Administrators, Instructional Coaches, Teacher Mentors Webinar Length: 1 Hour Webinar Learning Objectives: – Effective data sets for measuring components of classroom management– How to analyze classroom management data– How to use data to facilitate coaching conversations with teachers

Exploring Behavior & Trauma Informed Practices

Emergent Tree Education and guest, Roland Toscano, Superintendent from East Central ISD, explore how trauma informed practices and partnerships with other support providers can enhance multi-tiered behavior systems to meet the needs of students and their families.

Exploring Behavior & Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Emergent Tree Education and guest, April Chatmon, Director of SEL & Guidance in San Marcos CISD, explore how campus and district teams can integrate Social Emotional Learning (SEL) into their multi-tiered behavior systems to improve the educational experience for both students and teachers.

Exploring Behavior & Design Thinking

Emergent Tree and Dr. Julie Schell discuss how concepts of design thinking can aide educators in tackling barriers to providing effective behavior support in schools.  Design thinking is a collaborative and creative process that involves building empathy & understanding of the problem, engaging in ongoing feedback & reflection, and implementing iterative solutions to address challenges.

Exploring Behavior & Restorative Practices

Emergent Tree and Mark Medley discuss how restorative practices help create strong relationships within the school community and enhance multi-tiered systems of support for behavior. The webinar explores how restorative practices build connections & empathy while emphasizing instruction to repair harm.

Exploring Behavior & Mental Health

Emergent Tree and Dr. Amy Grosso discuss how mental health supports impact behavior in schools. The webinar provides strategies to begin discussion in your school about the impacts of mental health awareness and services on students and teacher outcomes.