The SSIS-SEL Workshop is conducted by Stephen N. Elliott, PhD. Stephen is the Mickelson Foundation Professor in the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University.

Description

 

The SSIS-SEL is a comprehensive, evidenced-based, social and emotional learning system that also assesses key academic skills and integrates the assessments with an aligned, multi-tiered intervention.

Fully aligned with the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework, the SSIS-SEL Edition provides evidence-based tools to assess and teach skills in each of the five SEL competencies.

The SSIS-SEL Edition is a multi-component digitised system for use with preschool through middle school students to help consistently screen, assess, and remediate key academic enabling behaviours and social–emotional skills.

The SSIS-SEL Edition provides universal intervention for students ages 4 through 14 years and covers the entire assessment cycle:
- Screen
- Assess
- Intervene
- Monitor
- Evaluate outcome

The Workshop programme covers:

  • Learn how to use the SEL comprehensive screening system to conduct universal screening of all students
  • Identify SEL skills in need of improvement and align with the ACARA Personal and Social Capabilities.
  • Learn how to teach an SEL skill unit with high integrity and effectiveness 
  • Understand how to evaluate and apply SEL assessments and intervention results within a multi-tiered student support system

Included in your registration fee:

  • Course training materials
  • Morning tea and lunch 

****The Workshops will not be confirmed to go ahead until we reach minimum numbers, so please check with us before you make any travel or accommodation bookings.

Prerequisites

The workshop is targeted to teachers, special education teachers, and allied health professionals working in schools.

Attendees are expected to have purchase an SSIS-SEL kit or a component of the SSIS-SEL kit.