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WorkshopWorkshopMTSS Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Learning (SEBL) Series
DepartmentDepartmentESU#3 Student Services
Default ContactDefault ContactAmy Harvey
Default LocationESU 3
DescriptionMTSS Social, Emotional, and
Behavioral Learning (SEBL) Series

for Building Level Teams and Administrators

Please join us for an exciting opportunity facilitated by NeMTSS to explore social, emotional and behavioral learning (SEBL) for youth and adults. In this four part series, you’ll find specially designed professional development focused on supporting the well-being of educators and the unique needs of learners at each developmental stage. The progression of modules focuses first on adults and then on young people, with separate yet aligned Pre-k/Elementary and Secondary sessions.   
For additional questions, please contact Lindsee Fryatt, SEBL Statewide Lead.

Presented By:
Lindsee Fryatt, NeMTSS SEBL Statewide Lead and NeMTSS Team members

Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
*Each module must be registered for separately.

Module 1: Exploration and Planning~ September 21, 2021
1. Importance of SEBL in Schools: Understanding the Why
2. Common Themes of SEBL Practices
3. Connecting SEBL with the NeMTSS Essential Elements
4. SEBL Needs Assessment
5. Team Action Planning
6. Now What?

This professional learning opportunity provides the foundation educators need to promote the overall well-being, including the social, emotional, behavioral and academic development, of all students. Participants will understand the fundamental competencies of social, emotional and behavioral learning (SEBL), explore evidence-based SEBL frameworks, and understand the importance of SEBL in schools. They will also discover resources that can be used within their MTSS framework to gather and analyze student data. Finally, participants will leave with an action plan to deepen social emotional competencies and create environments where all students can thrive.

Module 2:  Adult Focused SEBL~ October 11, 2021
1. Adult Influence
2. What is Adult SEBL
3. Identify Adult SEBL Competencies:
4. Strengthening Adult SEBL Competencies
5. Educator Self-Care
6. Connecting the Essential Elements

This professional learning opportunity will focus on social emotional behavioral learning (SEBL) through the creation of just and equitable systems, including a targeted emphasis on the importance of adult SEL. In order for students to develop and utilize social and emotional skills, they must see adults genuinely modeling and reinforcing these skills. This fostering of adult SEBL is developed through creating a professional culture that cultivates and protects relationships, positive environments, self-care, and personal and professional self-reflection and growth. Participants will reflect on their own strengths and identities, including their cultural, racial, and social identities, and understand how implicit bias and cultural responsiveness impact climate and culture.

Module 3:  Student Focused SEBL~ November 8, 2021
(Pre-K/Elementary and Secondary modules will run simultaneously on November 8th, so teams shall identify members to send to the session that most fits the needs of the district and aligns with their area of specialty. Teams may have members in attendance at one or both module sessions, based upon preference and need. )
Positive and Inclusive School Climate
Evidence-Based Practices Guided by SEBL Competencies
School-Wide SEBL Considerations and Instruction at the Core
Action Planning-NeMTSS CIP

1. Positive and Inclusive School Climate
2. Evidence-Based Practices Guided by SEBL Competencies
3. School-Wide SEBL Considerations and Instruction at the Core
4. Action Planning-NeMTSS CIP

This professional learning opportunity will focus on strengthening systems of support. Multi-Tiered System of Support frameworks recognize that academic, social, emotional and behavioral functioning are intertwined. During this session, participants will understand that social, emotional, and behavioral approaches are often seen as an important component of universal approaches within MTSS, because they are designed to promote positive outcomes in all students. This professional learning opportunity will focus on core support systems for all students, as well as strategies and resources for intensifying support and practices for students who demonstrate the need. Finally, participants will develop an action plan for implementation.

Module 4:  Interconnected System~ December 7, 2021
1. Analysis of Core Implementation
2. Student Problem Solving
3. Considerations for targeted and intensive instruction
4. Data-Based Action Planning for Continuous Improvement
5. Communication Plan

This professional learning opportunity will focus on developing, implementing, and sustaining systems of continuous improvement that includes social, emotional, behavioral and academic learning. Participants will identify resources for measuring fidelity, engaging in data-based decision making around specific outcomes, and establish a framework for identifying ways to continuously improve and evaluate change. Participants will also understand the importance of communication, collaboration and partnerships and will develop a communication plan to share with stakeholders that emphasizes meeting the needs of all learners through a MTSS Framework.

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