Preparing for Success: Leveraging Social-Emotional Behavior Data to Plan for Next Year
The past year has put everyone’s social-emotional skills to the test. Has your school-wide social-emotional learning (SEL) program provided the supports students need? Which competencies will need attention next school year? Do teachers need additional professional learning to effectively implement SEL or build their own social-emotional skills?
As you look ahead to programs, practices, and priorities for the coming school year, social-emotional behavior (SEB) data can provide helpful insights. During this on-demand webinar you’ll learn how to use SEB data to:
- Evaluate the effectiveness of your SEL programs and initiatives
- Align resources for the coming year to address deficits and guide instruction
- Uncover unconscious bias among adults and address inequities
Supporting the social-emotional needs of teachers and students will continue to be a priority next school year. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to use this year’s SEB data as a planning tool to inform your budget and programming decisions, build on student strengths, and address student needs effectively in 2021-22.
About Our Presenters:
Dr. Stephen Kilgus, Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Kilgus’ research primarily relates to social-emotional and behavioral assessment and his work has resulted in the development of evidence-based assessment procedures, as well as the validation of tools for universal screening, problem analysis, and progress monitoring. Dr. Kilgus has authored and contributed to the development of a number of assessments, including the FastBridge Social, Academic, Emotional Behavior Screener (SAEBRS) and Direct Behavior Ratings (DBRs).
Dr. Nathaniel von der Embse, NCSP, Associate Professor, University of South Florida
Dr. von der Embse’s research interests include universal screening for behavioral and mental health, teacher stress and student test anxiety, and training educators in population-based mental health services. He currently serves as an associate editor for the Journal of School Psychology, and is one of the authors of the FastBridge Social, Academic, Emotional Behavior Screener (SAEBRS).