Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS) Classwide Intervention Program

  • This session focuses on providing educators strategies and practices needed to assess and support the development of specific social emotional learning (SEL) skills that promote resiliency in children and youth.  

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  • Research with teachers and parents has established that they highly value 10 social emotional learning skills in their children. Among these 10 SEL skills are listen to others, follows rules, asks for help, get along with others, and stay calm with others. These skills and five others are directly taught in the SSIS SEL Classwide Intervention Program (CIP) using a 6-step evidence-based intervention approach that is S.A.F.E.R and requires less than 1.5% of the school year. All intervention materials are web-based and highly engaging for interventionists (i.e., teachers, counselors, psychologist, and social workers). The SSIS SEL CIP has been identified as a SELect Program by CASEL.

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  • This session will illustrate the value of the SSIS SEL screening assessments and Classwide Intervention Program for educators focused on realizing a triple positive impact – increased SEL skills, decreased problem behaviors, and increased achievement in reading – for all elementary children school-wide.

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  • During this webinar Dr. Elliott will cover the SSIS SEL assessments and Classwide Intervention Program as applied to young children within the framework of the 50 states’ policies requiring preschool SEL screening and interventions.

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