Cultivating Positive Teacher–Student Relationships: Preliminary Evaluation of the Establish–Maintain–Restore (EMR) Method

Strong teacher–student relationships have long been considered a foundational aspect of a positive school experience

Clayton R. Cook; Susanna Coco; Yanchen Zhang; Aria E. Fiat; Mylien T. Duong; Tyler L. Renshaw; Anna C. Long; Sophia Frank

2018

Scholarcy highlights

  • Strong teacher–student relationships have long been considered a foundational aspect of a positive school experience
  • His research interests focus on the development, evaluation, and implementation of evidence-based practices that promote student social, emotional, and behavioral outcomes
  • Susanna Coco, PhD, is a school psychologist and licensed psychologist who works at the Evidence-Based Treatment Centers in Seattle, Washington
  • His research interests focus on approaching implementation science from the perspectives of social psychology, cross-culture collaboration, and technology innovation to translate evidence-based practices into schools
  • Her research focuses on the development empirically supported interventions that are responsive to the needs of ethnic and economic minority youth
  • Her research focuses on enhancing capacity within schools and other child-serving settings to meet the needs of students who have been exposed to trauma
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