5 Low Burden and High Impact Interventions
This webinar will discuss low burden high impact interventions for students who are capable of doing well but need more support from the environment to encourage, prompt, and motivate them to apply the knowledge and skills they possess. The five interventions we will cover are: Class Pass, Intervention, Positive Peer Reporting, Check-In/Check-Out (CICO), Behavior Contracts, and Self-monitoring.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMIZED IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORTS
Megan Gruis, Ed.S., LSC, was fortunate to serve in a variety of K-12 settings both at the building level and district level for nearly 20 years. During that time, she delivered practices, supported professional development and led team initiatives focused on social, emotional, behavioral and academic integration. During 10 of her years in education, she also consulted for the Minnesota State Implementation Team, providing training, coaching, and evaluation supports to schools and districts working to adopt and integrate PBIS into the fabric of their schools. Megan currently serves as the Executive Director of Customized Implementation Supports where she leads the CIS Team focused on supporting schools and districts with the strategic implementation of social, emotional, behavioral, and academic frameworks to enhance student outcomes.
Dr. Clayton Cook
CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Dr. Clay Cook is the Chief Development Officer at CharacterStrong and is an implementation scientist, psychologist, and former paraprofessional and middle school math teacher. He has spent the past 15 years working in partnership with school systems across the country to support the implementation of effective practices that promote better and more equitable outcomes for students. He has been a professor and researcher at three universities (Louisiana State University, University of Washington and University of Minnesota) studying topics such as implementation of evidence-based practices, educator well-being and resilience, social-emotional learning, and youth mental health. He has obtained over 20 million dollars in grant funding for his research and published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles. For his work, he has been invited to the White House and served on expert panels with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the US Department of Education.
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