Teaching Academic and Social Skills Through RTI at Work™
Take strategic action to close the systemic behavior gap with the support of Behavior Solutions. Foster social-emotional learning (SEL) by utilizing the PLC at Work® and RTI at Work™ processes to boost student metacognition and create an action plan for meeting their psychological needs.
When students’ behavioral, emotional, and social needs are met, they are better able to excel in school and in life. Take strategic action to begin closing the systemic behavior gap with the guidance of Behavior Solutions. This user-friendly resource outlines how to utilize the PLC at Work® and RTI at Work™ processes to create a three-tiered system of supports that is collaborative, research-based, and practical.
- Become familiar with student behaviors, emotions, and mental states and the challenges they provide to the implementation of educational initiatives.
- Learn why it is necessary for schools to embrace the PLC at Work and RTI at Work processes to ensure students’ behavioral success with a multitiered system of support (MTSS).
- Study each tier of behavioral support—prevention, intervention, and remediation—to foster social-emotional learning (SEL).
- Understand how to construct successful behavior intervention processes at each behavioral tier.
- Read real-world examples and case studies of schools that implemented effective multitiered systems of behavior supports, then create your own action plan.
Classroom Management & BehaviorProfessional Learning Communities at Work®Professional Learning CommunitiesRTI at Work™Response to InterventionSocial-Emotional Learning
Product Code: BKF891
Published By: Solution Tree
“Academics is always on the minds of educators, but positive behaviors and social skills are a necessity to be successful as well. Behavior Solutions is the book that blends behavior and social skills into the RTI process. It sets the tone with a strong explanation of the why and then maps out the how with examples. It is supported with strong research and is a resource that you can take to your team and begin to take action with instantly. Behavior Solutions is a book that all educators should read and work through to help all of their students succeed.”
“The work of a professional learning community is complex and continuous improvement requires systems. The authors provide tools, questions for teams, and troubleshooting tips. This book addresses timely topics that challenge school teams, while providing a blueprint for a PLC.”
“This book provides an extensive and practical roadmap for educators interested in developing a comprehensive behavior RTI at their school, complete with reproducibles that can be used at all three tiers of intervention. Best of all, the strategies and examples provided support PBIS and restorative practices. This is a must-have resource for any school striving to improve academic and social behaviors, which is every school!”
“Behavior Solutions is the most comprehensive handbook for teaching behavioral expectations. This masterpiece brings clarity, coherence, and concrete tools to the PLC and RTI processes to ensure that all students learn the essential behavioral skills.”
@SolutionTree I can’t wait to dive into this book! I’m for all things #PLC #RTI This will be my first full read in #2022! #ReadingLearningGrowing #TierItUp Thank you @ProsperISD pic.twitter.com/l0MnvnuqfF— Yolanda McKinney, M.Ed. (@MrsYolandaMcKin) January 4, 2022
The MES Guiding Coalition enjoyed a day of learning together at [email protected] Behavior Solutions with John Hannigan. #readysetforwardmcss @JohnHannigan75 pic.twitter.com/L9GWUs5LsY— Monrovia Elementary (@MonroviaElem) November 9, 2021
Now that's what I'm talking about! Been waiting a long time for this one @mikemattos65 @Jess_hannigan @agbuffum @JohnHannigan75 #DigIn. ...after I pick up leaves. pic.twitter.com/cRCBzVbKlU— Jon (@mrjstrand) October 17, 2020
Today is going to be a good day! This made its way to my desk today from, I can only assume, Pride Rock or @SolutionTree headquarters. #behaviorsolutions pic.twitter.com/AObG12yVqf— Jamie Bennett (@piecetrader) October 20, 2020