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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 MInnesota • Tools Track
Eileen Klemm is the Transition Area program manager at the Institute on Community Integration. Currently, she manages the overall development and provision of training and technical assistance for Check & Connect implementation across the country and internationally. Ms. Klemm is the co-principal investigator on three sponsored projects which incorporate Check & Connect: two statewide projects in Minnesota and Florida and the new Systemic Support for Promoting Graduation project that will utilize the C&C App and an online version of the Student Engagement Instrument across multiple states. Ms. Klemm is a Ph.D. candidate in evaluation studies at the University of Minnesota. See blog post, New Leadership for Check & Connect: Letter from Eileen Klemm.