Tier 2 Social and Emotional Learning Interventions of a Multi-Tier System of Support: Literature Review

Faisal Aldawsari


There are many students who face barriers and difficulties to display social emotional learning competencies. As result of lacking these skills, students become less connected to school as they proceed from elementary to middle to high school and negatively impact their academic performance, behavior, and health. Research shows that small group instruction is highly effective in helping students master essential skills and tasks. The purpose of this paper is to review social and emotional learning interventions at Tier 2 of a Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS). The secondary intervention tier utilizes targeted interventions in small groups identified by support team and then employ them by using effective strategies that directly target a skill deficit. This paper includes a review of evidence-based practices for improving social-emotional outcomes and interventions for behavioral problems.

Keywords: social-emotional learning, multi-tier system of support, tier 2, and evidence-based practice.

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/12-36-02

Publication date: December 31st 2021

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