Resources for Educators and Mental Health Professionals

The Ohio University Center for Intervention Research in Schools (CIRS) team offers many resources and support options for educators and mental health professionals. This list is not intended to be exhaustive, but it includes help and insight that many educators and mental health professionals have found helpful.

The Daily Report Card

The Daily Report Card (DRC) is the most widely studied and frequently recommended classroom interventions for students with ADHD (U.S. Department of Education, 2008). Studies have documented the efficacy of the DRC when used individually or as part of a multi-component intervention system (Fabiano et al., 2010; Owens et al., 2008; Vannest et al., 2010; Wells et al., 2000).

Learn more about the Daily Report Card, including our recommended steps for implementing a successful Daily Report Card and tips for tracking in the Daily Report Card Online.

Daily Report Card

Classroom Behavior Support

Through the Classroom Behavior Support (CBS) Project, the OHIO CIRS team supports teachers’ classroom management needs and improve student outcomes. The CIRS team is assessing the effectiveness of several professional development and consultation strategies to determine which best help teachers implement high quality Tier 1 and Tier 2 behavioral supports and produce positive outcomes for students.

The consultation strategies are designed to maximize the delivery of quality classroom interventions within the realities of a school day. Through this project, school districts in Central and Southeast Ohio can obtain individualized consultation for their teachers at no cost to school districts. If you are interested in having your district participate in this project contact info@oucirs.org.

Learn more about the Classroom Behavior Support Project on the CBS page.

Classroom Behavior Support

Classroom Behavior Support Resources

The CIRS team offers many downloadable resources related to classroom behavior support for educators and mental health professionals. All resources are grouped into two groups: priority strategies and other effective CBS strategies.

Please note: All PDFs are intended for download and print use.

Priority Strategies for CBS

Other Effective CBS Strategies

Additional Resources

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

Please note: All PDFs are intended for download and print use.

Online Resources