Student Risk Screening Scale (SRSS-IE) Coordinator Training
The Student Risk Screening Scale Internalizing and Externalizing (SRSS-IE) is a universal screening tool used three times a year to identify students who are at risk for challenging behaviors. Educators use the data to design supports needed for students to be academically successful in school. This screening tool consists of eleven (secondary) to twelve (elementary) items that teachers use to rate their classroom of students based on the teacher’s current knowledge with clear evidence of each individual student’s behavior.
Training Details
September 16, 2020

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Live Zoom Session
Trainers
Allison Olivo
Valerie Vandlen
Dave Gough

Free for all participants
Who Should Attend
Individuals interested in becoming Student Risk Screening Scale Internalizing and Externalizing (SRSS-IE) Coordinators
Learning with open book on the enter key of keypad.
Prework Requirements
The prework below must be completed prior to the training.

  • View the SRSS-IE Overview Video (5 minutes)
  • Review the SRSS-IE Job Description (10 minutes)
  • Preview the elementary and secondary versions of the SRSS-IE in Google (10 minutes)
  • Complete the Verification of Pre-Work form (5-10 minutes)
Registration Details
Deadline
August 7, 2020 or upon meeting session capacity, whichever occurs first.
Event Contact
Meranda Miller
mmiller@mimtss.org
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Event Cancellation : MiMTSS TA Center may cancel any training that does not have at least 10 people registered. In this case, we would refund the registration fee, if any, to the participant or his/her employer.
Michigan’s MTSS Technical Assistance Center is funded by the Michigan Department of Education 
  a nd the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs.
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