More than 900 participants are expected at the Montana Behavioral Initiative (MBI) Summer Institute at the MSU campus in Bozeman this June 20-24.
Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau said, “Creating a positive learning environment is a key part of student success. All students deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and be surrounded by caring adults to help them achieve their goals. MBI fosters learning environments that produce results.”
MBI is a proactive approach to creating behavioral supports and a social culture that establishes social, emotional and academic success for all students.
Topics at the MBI Summer Institute include dropout prevention, integrated school mental health, bullying prevention, parent/family/community engagement, and 21st century learning strategies. Participants will spend an entire day of the conference focusing on listening to student voices. Several of the panels that day will be led by students.
For more information about MBI and the MBI Summer Institute go to: opi.mt.gov/Programs/SchoolPrograms/MBI/index.html#gpm1_1