The Proactive Approach To Supporting Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Needs
to proactively identify students' social-emotional & behavior needs.
that ensures screening data connects to school-wide expectations.
based on student risk-levels, teacher support needs, & campus trends.
If your school or district isn’t conducting universal screening for behavior, you’re missing an important part of a comprehensive RTI or MTSS process. This one simple change could allow you to more effectively identify & intervene with at-risk learners before disruptive behaviors interfere with learning.
By categorizing overall risk levels, the screening software helps guide campus problem-solving teams in identifying the intensity of supports needed.
Targeted interventions produce the best results, and our software allows you to examine skills at the student-level to individualize interventions.
Classroom-level data helps identify training and coaching needs, to build teacher confidence & boost retention.
Use campus-level data across student groups to reduce overidentification, analyze trends, & guide continuous improvement goals.
Our district license allows leaders to compare needs across campuses for professional development & coaching support.
When used with leadership teams, the screener data can drive next steps towards more effective implementation of MTSS practices.
Screening times varies based on the number of students in a class. Typically an elementary teacher could screen all their students in 20 minutes or less. A secondary teacher with more students may require additional time. Screener data is automatically saved so a teacher can take a break and come back at any time to continue the screening process.
Yes. Each campus will pick a screening model to determine what teachers will screen what students. Most elementary campuses screen just using the homeroom teacher. Some secondary campuses like to have additional teachers participate such as an academic teacher and a non-academic staff.
Since teachers will be screening based on a rubric aligned to campus core-values or school-wide expectations, the Emergent Tree Screener does not require students to be present during the screening process.
Viewers can be customized by the campus and district. Each teacher will only see their own screening data. Campus leaders can assign staff that can download and view the campus-wide data. District staff can assign users that can view all or some of the campuses data in the district as well as download the district-wide report.