On-Demand Webinar: Move Learning Forward with SEB Supports: Strategies for Leaders and Teachers
The ability of school leaders and educators to promote positive student behaviors in school can have a critical impact on student success. As both students and educators continue to deal with disruptions to learning, recalibrating and refocusing on positive, Tier 1 social-emotional behavior (SEB) instruction is critical.
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn realistic and effective classroom strategies for helping teachers bolster positive SEB functioning and aligning targeted supports for students who continue to struggle. Dr. Gregory Fabiano shares:
- How leaders can allocate district-level resources and implement sustainable practices that support Tier 1 SEB needs and set students and teachers up for success
- How to prioritize positive SEB instruction and supports throughout the school day
- High-impact, system-level structures and research-based, classroom-level strategies that ensure students are able to succeed
- Strategies for incorporating staff and student experiences to build a learner-centered and effective SEB program that benefits schools for years to come
About Our Presenter:
Dr. Gregory Fabiano
Professor of Psychology
Florida International University
Gregory A. Fabiano, Ph.D. is a professor of psychology at Florida International University and is a licensed psychologist. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association Division 16 and 53 and currently serves as an associate editor for School Mental Health.
Dr. Fabiano’s work focuses on evidence-based assessments and treatments for children with ADHD. He is author or co-author of over 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and has written two books on effective school-based interventions. Everyday Strategies for ADHD, the Massive Open Online Course developed by Dr. Fabiano, has been completed by more than 4,000 students.
In 2007, Dr. Fabiano received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the nation’s highest honor for early-career investigators. He was also selected to be a Family Stability and Self-Sufficiency researcher by the Administration for Children and Families to create, evaluate, and disseminate effective interventions to support families.