Webinars

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Upcoming Webinars

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    Presenter: Stephen N. Elliott, Ph.D.

    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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    Presenter: Heather Haugse

    During this webinar we will cover how to set up and create a progress monitor schedule in aimswebPlus. We will show how to establish a baseline score either through on-level benchmark scores or through off-level survey level assessment. Also discussed and demonstrated will be the consideration of duration, data-collection frequency, guided goal setting, and intervention selection. You will learn how to collect on-going data as well as how to access the reports that are available.

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    Presenter: Kathy New 

    What’s in your “toolbox”? Incorporating fun and practical ideas to promote and get students excited about literacy in the classroom and at home is essential to literacy development. Is your “toolbox” feeling a little empty or in need of some additional strategies/ideas? Does your “toolbox” contain tools that uncover your students’ strengths and needs to support positive literacy outcomes and instruction?

    Join us for an enlightening webinar that will provide:


    • Fun and easy to implement tips to promote literacy in the classroom and at home

    • Instructional tools and assessments for educators to help identify strengths and needs to support positive literacy outcomes in ALL students

    • An overview of the NEW DRA3

    • A look at the tools the DRA3 incorporates to help teachers with instruction and   improvement of student reading skills


    • A demonstration on how the DRA3 Online Platform can help save time with assessment administration and scoring

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    Presenters: Doug Maraffa, M.S., Adam Bauserman, Ed.D., Sydney Herndon, M.S., Maria Lorenzo

    This webinar series will provide current Review360 users strategies on how to implement R360 with Fidelity and Consistency. Participants will be able to identify effective strategies for implementing Review360 by discussing how to effectively access and use;
    Session 1:
    Review360 New Features
    Review360 Imports
    Review360 Smartphone Access
    Review360 Dashboard
    Session 2:
    Review360 Courses
    Review360 Universal Screeners
    Review360 Incident Reporting
    Session 3:
    Review360 Progress Monitoring Plans
    Review360 Charts & Reports
    Session 4:
    Discuss Mid-Year Review360 Implementation and how to Reboot Implementation for the Spring Semester
    Session 5:
    Discuss How to Conduct a Review360 Analysis for School-Year 2019-2020
    Discuss Review360 2019-2020 Close-Out Activities

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    Presenter: Stephen N. Elliott, Ph.D.

    Multi-tiered support programs to improve social emotional learning (SEL) of all students are increasing, but are challenging to implement effectively because assessments used for different purposes (screening, progress monitoring, or classification) and completed by different informants (students, parents, or teachers) often measure different skills and are poorly aligned with intervention target behaviors. This webinar focuses technical aspects and uses of the SSIS SEL family of assessments – screening assessments, comprehensive rating scales, and progress monitoring assessments – for evaluating social behavior involving self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making skills in a school that wants to provide multiple tiers of support services to students.

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    Presenter:  Martin Sellbom, PhD

    This advanced forensic webinar is intended for practitioners who wish to know more about the benefits of using the MMPI-2-RF in forensic settings. Join Dr. Martin Sellbom of the University of Otago (New Zealand) as he discusses how to remain current in assessment by adopting the MMPI-2-RF in your forensic practice and how the test’s transparent, straightforward interpretation leads to a better understanding of test results vis-à-vis the MMPI-2. Dr. Sellbom will cover some general considerations for using the test in forensic psychology practice, and offer illustrative case comparisons that demonstrate how using the MMPI-2-RF can enhance clinical effectiveness and efficiency.

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    Presenter:  Dave Corey, PhD, ABPP

    This advanced webinar focuses on using the MMPI-2-RF Police Candidate Interpretive Report (PCIR) in combination with measures of normal personality, collateral/background information, and clinical interview findings to determine a candidate’s psychological suitability for police work. Additional topics will include legal considerations and best practices. Use of the PCIR in these assessments will be illustrated by the application of a comprehensive model that integrates diverse findings from actual case materials.

    This webinar is designed for individuals familiar with the MMPI-2-RF – for example, those who have attended the MMPI-2-RF: Basic Overview webinar or the MMPI-2-RF: Police and Law Enforcement webinar. CE credits are offered for attending the live webinar session

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    Presenter: Elizabeth Grose, SSP, LPA, NCSP Solutions Analyst

    Literacy is one of the most critical skills in our lives. It is more than just being able to read and write. It provides the foundation for all learning and inquiry, personal development, and social responsibility within the world in which we live. For many students, literacy just doesn’t come easily. More students than ever are struggling with literacy and are being diagnosed with reading disabilities. A significant body of research over the past 35 years has demonstrated that when teachers use progress monitoring, students learn more, teacher decision making improves, and students become more aware of their own performance. With so much to lose and everything to gain, time is of the essence - We need to act and we need to act NOW.

    Join us for a candid webinar discussion:

    What does new research tell us about the importance of progress monitoring and the link to explicit instructional strategies?

    -How does DRA3 progress monitoring assess the reading behaviors of fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary of struggling students briefly between benchmarks?

    -How does the DRA3 online platform save instructional time by linking assessment to intervention?

    -What intervention resources are available in the DRA3 and how are they implemented?

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    Presenters: Doug Maraffa, M.S., Adam Bauserman, Ed.D.

    Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS) is a prevention-based framework on which to develop tiered systems of (Academic) support, (Behavioral) support, & (Social Emotional Learning) support for all students. MTSS allows for a system level change on how we support students, which is driven by a data problem-solving model. Currently, the tiered-models most used for academics is Response to Intervention (RtI) and for behavior is Positive Interventions and Supports (PBIS). It is important to note that RtI is primarily used to identify students who are struggling academically so interventions can be matched to improve academic achievement. Further, MTSS also includes identifying high-quality instruction in order to prevent those academic struggles identified by the RtI process. So, it is important to establish preventative and intervention methods of instruction to improve student’s academic growth. This MTSS webinar series will include 4 blocks of learning opportunities provided over the 2019-2020 school year to facilitate the development of a Multi-Tiered problem-solving model for student behavior.

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    Presenters: Doug Maraffa, M.S. , Adam Bauserman, Ed.D., Sydney Herndon, M.S., Maria Lorenzo

    This webinar series will provide current Review360 users strategies on how to implement R360 with Fidelity and Consistency. Participants will be able to identify effective strategies for implementing Review360 by discussing how to effectively access and use;
    Session 1:
    Review360 New Features
    Review360 Imports
    Review360 Smartphone Access
    Review360 Dashboard
    Session 2:
    Review360 Courses
    Review360 Universal Screeners
    Review360 Incident Reporting
    Session 3:
    Review360 Progress Monitoring Plans
    Review360 Charts & Reports
    Session 4:
    Discuss Mid-Year Review360 Implementation and how to Reboot Implementation for the Spring Semester
    Session 5:
    Discuss How to Conduct a Review360 Analysis for School-Year 2019-2020
    Discuss Review360 2019-2020 Close-Out Activities

    Register Now