Enhancing SEL Instruction with IvySCIP
Professional Development at your fingertips. Enhance your teaching practices in the area of social and emotional learning without having to leave the comfort of your home or classroom. This course offers training modules that provide an overview of how to use the IvySCIP tool to assess students, create data based goals, implement effective lesson plans, and track progress.
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Introduction to IvySCIP
In this module, we talk about the 5 key domains of social and emotional learning and why explicit social and emotional learning instruction is particularly critical for our students with social cognition challenges, including autism, ADHD, and anxiety disorders.
The 5 key domains covered in the IvySCIP assessment are: Self Awareness and Advocacy, Social Interaction, Emotional Regulation, Executive Skills and Critical Thinking, and Self Care.
Preparing for and Administering the Strengths and Needs Assessment
In this module you will learn what you should do to prepare for administering the IvySCIP and tips for how to best complete the IvySCIP assessment.
Where to Begin and Reading Reports
In this module, we will focus on the three reports generated by the results of your IvySCIP assessment. We will look at what each report is telling you, how to interpret the information, and where to begin instruction based on the information.
Data Collection and IEP Goal Development
In this module, we talk about how you can develop SMART goals and conduct progress monitoring using the annual IvySCIP strengths and needs assessment and data collection tools which are included as part of the IvySCIP package.
A SMART goal refers to a goal that is Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely.
Tips to Enhance your Classroom Instruction
In this module, we will review the evidenced based collection of instructional strategies offered by the program. These are evidenced based teaching strategies that will not only support your teaching of the target social and emotional skills but enhance instruction in other areas.