This tool provides an example of how to improve the response to student behavior infractions to support social-emotional development as part of Focus Area 3.
This tool (OST version) provides an example of how to improve the response to youth behavior infractions to support social-emotional development as part of Focus Area 3.
In a world of increasing interconnectedness and rapid change, there is a growing need to improve the way people work together. Understanding the true drivers of human social behavior is becoming ever more urgent in this environment.
When discipline policies and practices are supportive, developmentally-appropriate, and equitable, they reinforce SEL and support stronger relationships, student engagement, and equitable outcomes.
By integrating SEL into student support services through a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), schools are better equipped to ensure that all students have what they need to succeed.
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There are a variety of data sources that can be used to continuously improve how SEL is implemented for students.
Use the PDSA cycle to drive high-quality schoolwide SEL implementation.
While your team works to align school discipline policies to SEL, it’s important to ensure that all classrooms consistently reinforce a student-centered approach to discipline.