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Social-Emotional-Behavioral Interventions Research Team  

 

The Social-Emotional-Behavioral Interventions team, led by Dr. Brian McKevitt, is dedicated to promoting the use of evidence-based programs for positive behavior change within schools. Students’ social-emotional competence and display of desired behaviors are critical to their success in schools. The focus of this team is to train educators to implement effective interventions and programs to increase their capacity for addressing social-emotional-behavioral concerns, thereby promoting the social-emotional and behavioral well being of students in schools.

Program Reviews

This link provides information about evidenced-based programs that can be implemented to target social skills and problem behaviors experienced by children and youth.

Projects, Publications, and Presentations on Social-Emotional-Behavioral Interventions

Click here to learn more about the projects and presentations the Social-Emotional-Behavioral Research Team members have worked on.

Online Social-Emotional-Behavioral Resources

Book and Resource Recommendations

PBIS Training

For more information about Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports training, contact Brian McKevitt, Ph.D. at bmckevitt@unomaha.edu

 

Comments or Questions? Email the UNO Social-Emotional-Behavioral Research Team.