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UW ECHO for Behavior Supports

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 4298

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-2311

Fax: (307) 766-2877

Email: projectecho@uwyo.edu

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Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL)

The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) is focused on promoting the social emotional development and school readiness of young children birth to age 5. CSEFEL is a national resource center funded by the Office of Head Start and Child Care Bureau for disseminating research and evidence-based practices to early childhood programs across the country.

The Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children. We have developed extensive, user-friendly training materials, videos, and print resources which are available directly from this website to help early care, health and education providers implement this model.

Committee for Children Second Step

Supported by music and videos, take-home activities, and stories kids relate to, the developmentally appropriate Second Step lessons have helped teachers instill social-emotional skills in their students for over 20 years. Best of all, the student lessons are easy to teach, right out of the box!

Early Learning: Your youngest learners will benefit more from preschool and be better prepared for kindergarten with self-regulation and executive-function skills that help them pay attention, remember directions, and control their behavior.

Elementary: Students in grades K–5 continue developing their social-emotional skills—including making friends, managing emotions, and solving problems—to set them on the path for social success and academic readiness.
Middle School: Middle-schoolers are better prepared to navigate adolescence with communication, coping, and decision-making skills that help them make good choices and avoid pitfalls, such as peer pressure, substance abuse, and bullying.

Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning

Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is the nation’s leading organization advancing the development of academic, social and emotional competence for all students. Our mission is to help make evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education from preschool through high school. Through research, practice and policy, CASEL collaborates to ensure all students become knowledgeable, responsible, caring and contributing members of society.

Common Sense Parenting

Here's a great guidebook for parents of children ages 6 to 16 facing a myriad of family challenges: a teen who's defiant; siblings who constantly bicker; a child having trouble in school, or parents and kids who occupy the same house but don't communicate or have fun together anymore. Common Sense Parenting provides parents with a menu of proven techniques that will aid them in building good family relationships, preventing and correcting misbehavior, using consequences to improve behavior, teaching self-control, and staying calm.

The book shows parents how to approach discipline as positive teaching rather than punishment of their children. Encouraging children by recognizing their good behavior and teaching before problems occur are as important as correcting children's negative behavior. Parents also learn how to help children solve problems, reach goals by using charts and contracts, and practice new social skills. As each new parenting technique is introduced, the authors explain each step, provide many clear examples, and give parents an action plan for implementing it in their home.

This newly revised and updated book answers parents' commonly asked questions and offers new behavior charts and more helpful information than ever. New chapters include those offering advice on setting reasonable expectations for children, creating predictable family routines that help children feel secure as well as improve their behavior, and putting together a parenting plan using all of the techniques explained in the book.

Lost at School: Why Our Kids with Behavioral Challenges are Falling Through the Cracks and How We Can Help Them

By Ross W. Greene Ph.D.
ISBN-10: 1501101498
ISBN-13: 978-1501101496
Publisher: Scribner; 2 Rev Upd edition (September 30, 2014)

Dr. Ross W. Greene, author of the acclaimed book The Explosive Child, offers educators and parents a different framework for understanding challenging behavior. Dr. Greene’s Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) approach helps adults focus on the true factors contributing to challenging classroom behaviors, empowering educators to address these factors and create helping relationships with their most at-risk kids.

This revised and updated edition of Lost at School contains the latest refinements to Dr. Greene’s CPS model, including enhanced methods for solving problems collaboratively, improving communication, and building relationships with kids.

The World’s Easiest Token System for Behavior Management

A practical and clinically appropriate methodology of setting up and managing token systems.  This would be a great place for educators to start!

Behavior Advantage

An online tool that guides professionals through the steps needed to complete clinically sound Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA’s) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP’s).
Designed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Behavior Advantage allows special educators, school psychologists, administrators, and other school personnel to analyze why a behavior problem is occurring, build a positive support plan based on best practices, manage data collection, and track implementation.

Meaningful Work: Changing Student Behavior with School Jobs

Authors, Randy Sprick, B. J. Wise, Marilyn Sprick, Haykin Mike and Kim Marcum 
ISBN-10: 159909049X
ISBN-13: 9781599090498
Publisher:Pacific Northwest Publishing, Inc. https://pacificnwpublish.com/products/Meaningful-Work.html 
 Meaningful Work focuses on changing student behavior in the school environment. This positive behavior support helps students with a history of misbehavior and school failure become contributing members of their schools.
This book will guide you through:

·     Developing a vision for how this positive behavior support will look in your school.
·     Starting small with one or two students. Learn how to select students and jobs, collect data, design a contract, teach job skills, and reinforce and correct the student.
·     Going schoolwide with your jobs program. Learn how to promote staff buy-in, recruit supervisors, select students, match students to jobs, train supervisors, and teach students how to be successful in a job.
·     Networking with your community.

Web-based Training Modules – Introduction to Positive Behavior Support (FL UCEDD)


FCIC and the Interdisciplinary Training Program are offering the first of a series of three web-based training modules that will introduce interested students and community members to Positive Behavior Support. Once you’ve completed both the module and survey, you can download the certificate.

U.S. Department of Education Guidance to Schools on Ensuring Equity and Providing Behavioral Supports to Students with Disabilities

The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) issued guidance in the form of a Dear Colleague Letter emphasizing the requirement that schools provide positive behavioral supports to students with disabilities who need them. It also clarifies that the repeated use of disciplinary actions may suggest that schools are failing to consider and incorporate needed behavioral supports in students’ individualized education programs and that children with disabilities may not be receiving appropriate behavioral interventions and supports.  READ MORE


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Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-2311

Fax: (307) 766-2877

Email: projectecho@uwyo.edu

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