SEL Coaching Toolkit

This toolkit can support instructional staff in implementing SEL practices through planning, observations, feedback, and action planning. This toolkit is only for formative purposes—not for evaluating or rating teachers. It is designed for instructional coaches, administrators, and district leaders.

Strategies for Equitable Family Engagement Resource

This resource provides an overview of evidence-based strategies that schools and districts may use to promote equitable family engagement practices. Organized around five categories of equitable family engagement strategies, this resource includes summaries of the research on equitable family engagement as well as examples of school and district practices across the country, linking to publicly available information where possible.

Beyond the Bell - 4th Edition: A Toolkit for Creating Effective Afterschool and Expanded Learning Programs

Beyond the Bell®: A Toolkit for Creating Effective Afterschool and Expanded Learning Programs contains practical resources, tips, and tools and substantive information about all aspects of program design, management, partnerships, delivery, evaluation, and improvement, along with 96 ready-to-use tools.

Are You Ready to Assess Social and Emotional Learning and Development? (Second Edition)

The Stop, Think, Act: Ready to Assess toolkit, is available at no cost from AIR SEL Solutions. It 1) highlights the importance of implementation readiness and the conditions that foster SEL and development; 2) includes assessments of learning conditions in and out of school; and 3) updates the list of available social and emotional competency assessments.

Student Progress Monitoring Tool for Data Collection and Graphing

This Excel tool is designed to help educators collect academic progress monitoring data across multiple measures as a part of the data-based individualization (DBI) process. This tool allows educators to store data for multiple students (across multiple measures), graph student progress, and set individualized goals for a student on specific measures.

Tools to Support Intensive Intervention Data Meetings

NCII has created a series of tools to help teams establish efficient and effective individual student data meetings. These include sample agendas, note taking forms, facilitator materials, and problem solving tools. It is critical that these meetings are driven by data, occur regularly, and use an efficient, consistent process that allows participants to review progress and make intervention decisions for students.

Mathematics Strategies to Support Intensifying Interventions

NCII developed a series of mathematics lessons and guidance documents to support special education instructors, mathematics specialists, and others working with students who struggle with mathematics. These lessons and activities are organized around six mathematics skill areas that are aligned to college– and career-ready standards, and incorporate several instructional principles that may help intensify and individualize mathematics instruction to assist teachers and interventionists working with students who have difficulty with mathematics.