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Amy S. Gaumer Erickson

Dr. Amy Gaumer Erickson is an associate research professor at the University of Kansas whose practice-based research focuses on guiding educators to embed competency instruction within coursework and evaluate students’ social-emotional growth.

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Amy S. Gaumer Erickson

Dr. Amy Gaumer Erickson is an associate research professor at the University of Kansas and coauthor of The Skills That Matter: Teaching Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competencies in Any Classroom and Teaching Self-Regulation: Seventy-Five Instructional Activities to Foster Independent, Proactive Students, Grades 6–12. Her practice-based research focuses on the implementation of interpersonal and intrapersonal competency instruction within a multitiered system of supports (MTSS), guiding educators to embed competency instruction within content-area coursework and evaluate students’ social-emotional growth. Gaumer Erickson has taught at the middle and high school levels in urban, suburban, charter, and alternative schools.

Presentations by Amy S. Gaumer Erickson

  • Instructional Practices That Promote Self-Regulation
  • Teaching the Skills That Matter
  • Building Students’ Confidence and Perseverance
  • Developing a Schoolwide SEL System