As part of the data collection and analysis to improve student outcomes, schools are asked to use a behavior universal screener starting in Year 2 when teams access the Intervention System or Tier 2 Behavior content. This training is designed for individuals who have been identified to support their school(s) in the use of the Student Risk Screening Scale. Previous participants have found it helpful to attend this training with at least one other person from their district or intermediate school district (ISD) to maximize the opportunity for collaborative planning.
- Student Risk Screening Scale Review
- SRSS-IE Research
- Before Administration Activities
- During Administration Activities
- After Administration Activities
- Role of the SRSS-IE Coordinator
- Review SRSS-IE concepts from online course
- Plan for the activities that happen before, during and after successful SRSS administration
- Practice data analysis at the district, school and student levels
- Prepare for the role of the SRSS-IE coordinator
Drummond, T. (1994). The Student Risk Screening Scale (SRSS). Grants Pass, OR: Josephine County Mental Health Program.
Lane, K. L. & Menzies, H. M. (2009). Student Risk Screening Scale for Early Internalizing and Externalizing Behavior (SRSS-IE). Screening scale. Available at Ci3t.org/screening