Helping build healthy learning communities
Using our AIDE model of program delivery, we assess the needs of the learning community we will train, individualize our curriculum based on those needs, deliver the curriculum with a highly-qualified instructor, and evaluate the progress of our programs through teacher observation, questionnaires, interviews, self-reports and quantitative outcomes, such as changes in students' performance, both academically and socially.
Moreover, this approach aligns with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act call for learning communities to provide school-wide ("tier 1") services that are data-driven and evidence-based while adaptive to ongoing assessment.
Many educators fear such third-party intervention school-wide would be expensive, but one program can cost about the same as a half-time classroom paraprofessional.
And funding is more available for programs like ours than many educators realize.
Click here to download information about how to leverage funding for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to bring Be Mindful to your district.