Presentations, Resources, and Articles for PATHS
Presentations, Resources, and Articles for PATHS®
PATHS® Communicating Impact Powerpoint Slides
These powerpoint slides can be modified to help communicate the impact of the PATHS® curriculum in your community. Use them to share outcomes information about your program with key stakeholders.
PATHS® Communicating Outcomes Template with Graph
Share the data you have collected with your community. Show them the changes PATHS® is making in your school and with your students using one of these easy to use templates.
Making a Case for Funding Presentation from Sustainability Webinar
Building relationships and communicating to key stakeholders are essential to sustaining an evidence-based program. Learn how to make a case for funding PATHS® beyond grant funding in this audio PowerPoint presentation.
Making a Case for Funding PATHS®
Need help getting stakeholders on board to fund PATHS® in the long term. Use this PATHS® specific case for funding worksheet to develop your plan for approaching potential funders.
PATHS® Budget Worksheet
This tool will help you plan an annual budget for implementing PATHS®.
PATHS® Overview for the Commonwealth Prevention Alliance Conference
This powerpoint gives an overview of the PATHS curriculum, its main goals/objectives and major components as well as tips for planning for implementation.
PATHS® Overview and PCCD EBP and Funding Opportunity Presentation
Kim Peters, Prevention Coordinator at the EPISCenter presented an overview of the PATHS curriculum and information about the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency's Evidence-based Program Initiative and funding opportunity at the Delaware County Intermediate Unit on October 19, 2011
Nurturing Implementation Quality of PATH®S in Pennsylvania
This presentation was presented at the International PATHS® conference on June 29, 2011. It discusses the impact of technical assistance on PATHS® implementation.
PATHS® Presentation for PSU Altoona (December 2010)
Presentation describes the main Core Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Competencies that PATHS® teaches, provides logic models for the PATHS® program, and discusses research results from the PATHS® program.
Promoting Well-Being in Schools: Current Status and Future Challenges
This presentation was given by Mark Greenberg as his keynote address at the 2011 European Network for Social and Emotional Competence (ENSEC) Conference. It discusses recent findings on social and emotional learning, why the role of schools is essential, and three current and future research challenges in school-based prevention.
The Effects of a Multiyear Universal Social-Emotional Learning Program: The Role of Student and School Characteristics
This article examines the impact of a universal social emotional learning program, the Fast Track PATHS® curriculum and teacher consultation, embedded within the Fast Track selective prevention model.
Promoting Academic and Social-Emotional School Readiness: The Head Start REDI Program (2008)
An article about a research project that included teaching PATHS® in Head Start classrooms.
Improving Young Children's Social Emotional Competence: A Randomized Trial of the Preschool "PATHS" Curriculum (March 2007)
This paper reports the results from a randomized clinical trial evaluating an adaptation of the Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies curriculum (PATHS) for preschool-age children in Head Start. PATHS is a universal, teacher-taught social-emotional curriculum that is designed to improve children’s social competence and reduce problem behavior. Twenty classrooms in two Pennsylvania communities participated in the study.
Examining the Role of Implementation Quality in School-Based Prevention Using the PATHS® Curriculum (2003)
This study describes findings regarding quality of implementation in a recent effectiveness trial conducted in a high-risk, American urban community. This delinquency prevention trial is a locally owned intervention, which used the Promoting Alternative Thinking Skills (PATHS) Curriculum as its major program content. Data collected in effectiveness trials, especially those measuring the quality of program implementation and administrative support, are valuable in explicating important factors influencing implementation.