My Teaching Partner, offered by Teachstone, provides a teaching practices approach to SEL. It includes programming for grades 6-12 and demonstrates evidence of effectiveness at grades 6-12.
- Onsite in-person training
- Virtual training
- Offsite training
- Train the trainer model
- Administrator support
- Technical assistance
- Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
- Online resource library
- Self-report tools for monitoring implementation
- Observational tools
- Tools for measuring student success
Evidence of effectiveness
Results from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) evaluation published in 2011 (Allen et al.) supported the effectiveness of the My Teaching Partner- Secondary program (MTP-S) for middle and high school students. This evaluation included 2,237 grade 6 through 12 students enrolled in schools in US Southeast. This evaluation found that students receiving the program showed statistically significant academic achievement (measured by standardized end-of year test performance) than the control group one year post the intervention year (controlling for baseline equivalence).
Results from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) evaluation published in 2011 (Mikami et al.) supported the effectiveness of the MTP-S program for middle school students. The study included 1,423 grade 6 through 12 students enrolled in rural and suburban schools in US Southeast (Black/African American and Hispanic/Latinx = 36%; student body eligible for FRPL = 40%). This evaluation found that students receiving the MTP-S program had significant increases in observed positive peer relationships at post-test (outcomes reported after one semester or the follwing academic year after baseline based on cohort grouping of the treatment groups).
- Black / African American
- Hispanic / Latinx
- Low income
- Eligible for FRPL: 40%
- Improved academic performance
- Reduced emotional distress
- Improved identity development and agency
- Reduced problem behaviors
- Improved school climate
- Improved school connectedness
- Improved social behaviors
- Improved teaching practices
- Improved other SEL skills and attitudes
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- Accepted by CASEL
Allen, J. P., Pianta, R. C., Gregory, A., Mikami, A. Y., & Lun, J. (2011). An interaction-based approach to enhancing secondary school instruction and student achievement. Science, 333(6045), 1034-1037.
Mikami, A. Y., Gregory, A., Allen, J. P., Pianta, R. C., & Lun, J. (2011). Effects of a teacher professional development intervention on peer relationships in secondary classrooms. School psychology review, 40(3), 367.
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