Combining PBIS and SEL Measures to Inform Behavior Interventions

Gabriella Charter School (GCS) in Los Angeles wanted to better understand its students social-emotional skills and behavior.

How do strengths and needs for improvement in social-emotional skill development relate to student behavior? Join us for an exploration of one school’s endeavor to collect, examine and integrate SEL skills and PBIS behavior data.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn about multiple methods for collecting PBIS and SEL data
  • Understand the complementary strengths of different measures
  • Gain strategies for integrating data from multiple measures
  • Hear about one school’s data collection, implementation, and analysis


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Webinar Presenters

Nova Biro


Nova has worked with schools and programs implementing social emotional learning for over ten years. At Kickboard her focus includes strategic partnerships and conducting research on the intersection between SEL and PBIS interventions and assessments.

Paul LeBuffe

Aperture Education

Paul’s career has focused on providing teachers, program staff, and parents with tools and strategies to promote the social and emotional well-being of children, adolescents and the adults themselves. He is an author of many widely-used assessments in this area including the Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA). Paul has published widely and presented internationally on the measurement and promotion of resilience and social and emotional competence.

Whitney Curtis

Assistant Principal of School Culture

Whitney Curtis is the Assistant Principal of School Culture at Gabriella Charter School 1, a K-8 Title I charter school located in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. She is charged with leading the school’s social emotional learning vision to consistently track data, implementing research-based responses to behavior and utilize a common language around social emotional competencies.