Poor School
Performance Due To:
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Aggressive Behavior
Lack of social skills
Difficulty with problem
solving
Absence of emotional
awareness
Increases the Risk of Youth:
School failure
Economic
Costs
Substance abuse
Anti-social behaviors
Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies®
(PATHS®)
Protective Factors Increased
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Emotional regulation
Social skills & positive friendships
Effective problem solving
Positive relationships with teachers and
peers
Risk Factors Decreased
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Child aggressive behavior
Poor social skills & emotion literacy
Low school commitment/academic
performance
Favorable attitudes towards antisocial
behavior
School-Based Learning Supports
School-Based Emotional Supports
Mental Health Services
Child Protection Services
Juvenile Crime/Probation Services
Out of Home Placement
Emotional
Toll
These Costs Are Assumed by Us!
Blueprints Evidence-Based Model:
Community Level Indicators
Costly Interventions Can Be…
Youth/Families
Schools
Communities
Taxpayers
Prevention Saves!
Proven Outcomes:
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reduce teachers' reports of students exhibiting aggressive behavior by 32%
increase teachers' reports of students exhibiting self‐control by 36%
increase reports of prosocial peer relations
significantly improve students' ability to tolerate frustration
increase students' scores on cognitive skills tests by 20%
increase students' vocabulary for emotions by 68%
increase students’ ability to use effective conflict resolution strategies
reduce depression and sadness among special‐needs students
XYZ County
PARTICIPANT OUTCOMES
MEETING LOCAL NEEDS
(Include dates PATHS was implemented)
Explain why PATHS was selected. This can include SES
data, PAYS data, and other statistics from Mental Health,
CYCS or Juvenile Justice System.
Number of Classrooms Served: 1
Number of Youth Impacted: 69
IMPACT HIGHLIGHTS:
Percent of youth experiencing
positive change as reported by
teachers. (#) pre & post
assessments completed.
Teaching social emotional skills with PATHS meets the
following PA Department of Education’s Early
Learning Concepts/Standards and helps improve
educational outcomes & the social emotional climate
in schools.
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Recognize, label, & manage feelings.
Respond with empathy by recognizing the
feelings and perspective of others.
Develop self-regulation
Understand the consequences of behavior
and its impact on others
Resolve peer conflicts positively.
Identify and set goals.
SEL has been found to improve academic attitudes
(motivation and commitment), behaviors (attendance, study
habits, cooperative learning), and performance (grades, test
scores and subject mastery) (Zins et al., 2004).
Number of Youth
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90%
80%
70%
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40%
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20%
10%
0%
92.75%
92.75%
Improved
Concentration
Increased Emotional
Competence
85.51%
Decreased Anti-Social
Behavior
Axis Title
Here is what teachers are saying about PATHS in their
classroom (Include quotes, anecdotal statements here)
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PATHS Communicating Outcomes Template with Graph