You may be familiar with Check In Check Out as one of the most common (and effective!) interventions for students with mild to moderate behavior challenges. But it is not the only option!
Join us for this webinar to review best practices for Check In and Check Out, plus several additional Tier II behavior interventions that involve your wider school community in building relationships and supporting struggling students.
Note: this webinar is part of our series, "The Power of Community in MTSS." Click here to learn more about and register for the webinar series.
About the presenters:
Trudy Bender is the MTSS Marketing Content Manager at Branching Minds. She previously served as the Coordinator of District Behavior Intervention at Waco ISD, where she facilitated the implementation of a multi-tiered system of supports for behavior along with initiatives to improve school climate and to build teacher capacity in classroom management through peer coaching. She is passionate about helping teachers and administrators to develop a positive, restorative, instructional approach to behavior that reduces disproportionality in discipline while improving social-emotional and academic outcomes for all students. Trudy holds an Ed.S. in School Psychology from Baylor University.
Brittany Shurley is an Instructional Design Manager at Branching Minds. Brittany has served students, educators, and leaders in various roles throughout her career, including as a classroom teacher, learning disabilities specialist, school-based leader, and district level administrator. Brittany has extensive experience in facilitating the implementation of MTSS at the district and school levels. She is passionate about ensuring teachers have the tools to promote safe, healthy, and engaging learning environments where students are experiencing success.