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How to Use the Student Engagement Instrument to Increase Student Engagement

Thursday, October 12, 2017 • 10:00am

This session will provide an overview of the Student Engagement Instrument (SEI), the administration and scoring procedures, and how to use SEI scores to identify students and select interventions. Participants will learn how affective and cognitive engagement are measured and the differences between the SEI and SEI-Elementary. Presenters will explain how to administer and score the SEI at the school and individual student level. Participants will then learn how to use total scores to select students for Check & Connect and how to use subscale scores to determine the most appropriate interventions to increase student engagement.

Presented by the Institute on Community Integration, University of MInnesotaTools Track

Eileen Klemm

Eileen A. Klemm, M.A., is the Project Coordinator for Check & Connect (C&C) providing leadership and support in the overall expansion of professional development and training for the implementation of the C&C model. Ms. Klemm provides training nationally on the implementation of C&C and is the lead support for Florida's State Personnel Development Grant and their implementation of C&C with students with disabilities. Ms. Klemm also provides training and support for six other statewide C&C implementation efforts.


Xueqin Qian

Xueqin Qian, Ph.D., is a research associate at the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Qian holds a doctorate in Special Education. She focuses much of her research on understanding engagement of at-risk youth and youth with disabilities. For the past two years, Dr. Qian has studied the re-entry experiences of justice-involved youth from correctional facilities to schools and communities. She also works on issues related to improving transition outcomes for students with Autism. Dr. Qian has recently published in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities.


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