Emergent Tree has recorded the following webinars and makes them freely available upon registration to teachers, administrators, and other professionals in the educational community, as resources for understanding some of the key concepts and topics related to handling student behavior in a school setting.
If you find these or other topics particularly of interest, please reach out using the chat icon at the bottom of your screen to discuss how Emergent Tree Education could support you with further training, consultation, and even software to improve behavior and student outcomes at your school.
Behavior Basics Webinars
These webinars outline how to take an instructional approach to teach classroom behavior skills. The webinars are a great resource for teachers and paraprofessionals working everyday in the classroom.
Basics 1: How To Flip Your Behavior Focus
It is easy to focus on misbehavior. But flipping the focus towards prosocial or desired behaviors enables school staff to take an instructional approach to behavior change. Ultimately leading to greater success for students.
Basics 2: Understanding the Functions of Challenging Behavior
Challenging behavior in the classroom can feel unpredictable and difficult to understand. This webinar decodes the underlying motivations of behavior helping teachers feel more confident and competent.
Basics 3: How To Collect and Use ABC Data To Understand Behavior
The underlying motivation for challenging behavior is not always obvious. This webinar presents the basics of using antecedent, behavior, consequence (ABC) data to determine the function of challenging behavior.
Basics 4: The Dos and Don’ts of Behavioral Feedback
Building skills requires explicit teaching, but generalizing and refining those skills requires feedback over time. This webinar demonstrates how to provide iterative feedback to improve student behavior and build independence.
Conversations with Behavior Experts
These webinars explore the intersection of behavior and other relevant, timely topics. Mae Coffman, Cofounder of Emergent Tree Education, talks with experts about various topics and how they relate to behavior in schools.
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 SEL into their multi-tiered behavior systems to improve the educational experience for both students and teachers.
Exploring Behavior & Design Thinking
Emergent Tree Education and Dr. Julie Schell discuss how the concepts of design thinking can help tackle the barriers to effective behavior support in schools. Design thinking is a process that involves building empathy, understanding the problem, and engaging in feedback.
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 building connections and repairing 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.
Exploring Behavior & Equity
Emergent Tree and Dr. Rachelle Warren discuss how equity and anti-racist practices impact behavior in schools. The webinar provides strategies to begin discussion in your school about the impacts of race upon student opportunities and outcomes.
Data To Support Behavior Skill Learning
These webinars introduce the use of software tools to support campus wide behavior supports and classroom behavior management.
Data-based Methods for Coaching & Supporting Classroom Management
Audience: Campus Administrators, Instructional Coaches, Teacher Mentors
Webinar Length: 1 Hour
Webinar Learning Objectives:
– What data sets are most effective when coaching classroom management components
– How to analyze classroom management data sets
– How to use data sets to facilitate coaching conversations with teachers
Integrating Universal Behavior Screening into Campus Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
This course will provides steps to integrating Universal Behavior Screening into campus and district Multi-Tiered Systems of Support to provide more proactive and targeted supports for students with social, emotional and behavioral needs.