The SSIS Classwide Intervention Program provides a structured, yet flexible and efficient way to teach 10 of the most important social skills to students from preschool to early adolescence. The program has been designed in conjunction with the SSIS Performance Screening Guide to provide a coordinated system for improving social skills.
Content & Administration
Based on input from hundreds of teachers across the country, program units focus on 10 social skills that consistently earned the highest importance ratings. Each of the 10 skill units is divided into three 25- to 20-minute lessons organized around the six phases.
Features & Benefits
- Designed in conjunction with the SSIS Performance Screening Guide to provide coordinated intervention and progress monitoring for students with social skills deficits
- Includes ongoing monitoring and feedback components
- Offers materials that support home-school communications and student self-monitoring - critical elements in generalizing social skills to environments beyond the classroom
- Aligns with all tiers of the RTI framework
Class-wide Social Emotional Interventions for Elementary Students
Presenter: Stephen N. Elliott, PhD
The SSIS Class-wide Intervention Program for Social Emotional Skills Development focuses on 10 key skills and uses a 6-step teacher-lead intervention process to teach and have students practice each of these skills. Efficacy research on this intervention program is also reviewed to highlight the power teachers have to influence an entire classroom of students.
Date: Apr 13, 2016