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Effective Instruction as a Protective Factor

Effective instruction can be a protective factor for student wellness, mitigating competing risk factors. In this brief, we highlight key considerations and resources for educators to (a) create an effective context for learning, (b) emphasize appropriate content, and (c) use data-driven instructional practices to increase the likelihood that all students experience academic, social, emotional, and behavioral benefit.

Topic(s):

Classroom PBIS

Mental Health/Social-Emotional Well-Being

School-Wide

Published:

January 25, 2021

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Keywords:

Academics
Behavior
Tier 1

Suggested
Citation:

Simonsen, B., Goodman, S., Robbie, K., Power, M., Rodriguez, C., & Burns, D. (January, 2021). Effective Instruction as a Protective Factor. Eugene, OR: Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org.

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