Bridging the gap between academic theory and classroom execution

Education solutions only work when they’re easily used, easily integrated and easily implemented. Our comprehensive framework for behavioral support achieves those goals while giving educators the flexibility they need to adapt to every student’s and classroom’s needs.

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Multi-Tiered Frameworks

Strong, sustainable supports for social-emotional learning are more than a social skills curriculum or intervention program. It requires a flexible framework that creates alignment of practices while allowing space for unique needs of different campuses within a district.

Tier 1 Frameworks

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Smart Classroom Management Course

Tier 2 Framework

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Tier 3 Frameworks

Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior intervention plans
Solid Roots Intensive Interventions SEL

Ground Work: A Framework for Tier 1 Behavior Systems

Systemic design for every teacher to simplify support for every student

Focus on purpose, process and alignment

Reduce discipline removals and classroom disruptions

Increase instructional time and improve campus culture

Bridges: A Framework for Tier 2 Behavior Interventions

Implementing effective and lean interventions

Reduce time and training requirements for teachers

Reduce discipline removals and classroom disruptions

Address behavior early to prevent higher levels of need

Solid Roots: A Framework for Tier 3 Behavior Interventions

Growing better behaviors and cultivating independence

Deploy high-impact, research-validated practices through one simple daily routine

Customize student supports while simplifying teacher tasks

Leverage built-in sustainability for scheduling logistics, staff onboarding and data collection routines

Cultivating the Classroom: A Framework for Classroom Management

Building clear and effective classroom processes

Build classroom plans for immediate implementation

Pair with coaching support from Emergent Tree educators

Share with campus support staff for coaching and evaluation

Heart of Behavior: A Framework for FBA and BIP Development

Designing successful behavior intervention plans

Step-by-step instructions for writing effective BIP documents through an effective FBA process

Increase the effectiveness of interventions and boost collaboration across teachers, parents and outside supports

Align across an entire district and improve teacher implementation and student progress

Integrated Software Tools

Digital tools to give teachers just-in-time support, remote coaching and behavioral data tracking to inform behavior strategy and decision-making

Easy-to-use, time-efficient software that offers valuable support and insight

Proactive tools simplify screening and progress monitoring

Easy data analysis aligns to multi-tiered systems for more seamless behavior support


Identifying high-risk behavior for quick interventions.


Supporting career development for teachers.


Assessing behavioral achievements & skill growth in students.


Evaluating behavior framework fidelity

Monitor and measure system health at campus and district levels

Design a roadmap for continuous improvement

Leverage easily visualized reports and data sets to improve growth

Multi-Tiered Behavior Program Review

It is imperative to collect data related to the fidelity of implementation to monitor and measure the health of the system. The Behavior Systems Program Review process provides an evaluation of the fidelity of behavior systems. The result of the review is a clear road map to guide continuous improvement.

District-Wide Vision and Stakeholder Alignment

Guide a team of stakeholders from the district to investigate and plan alignment of multi-tiered systems for behavior support. Whether a district lacks systems for social, emotional and behavioral support or systems exist but are spread across siloed departments and staff, this process will align SEL and behavior practices across your district, improve efficiency across staff and boost collaboration between departments.

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