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Improving Social Emotional Learning Outcomes in the Classroom

The “Improving Social Emotional Learning Outcomes in the Classroom” program provides an evidence based and holistic approach to screening, intervention and explicit instruction for the Social Emotional Learning capabilities within a Primary Classroom.


This program has been designed for Primary educators and classrooms and will assist Primary students to better understand and regulate their emotions, while developing their behaviour in class and improve relationships with their peers.

The program ensures Primary Classroom teachers will have access to a unique, class-wide screening tool to improve identification and support for SEL (Social Emotional Learning) needs in the classroom using components from the SSIS-SEL assessment. Fully aligned with the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework and the Victorian Personal and Social Capability curriculum, this virtual learning session has been designed to improve capacity of educators to assess and explicitly teach skills in the five SEL competencies. 


Learning Outcomes 

  • Apply a Response to Intervention (RTI) model to class-wide screening for SEL needs 
  • Explain how the SSIS-SEL reinforces and applies State and National SEL curricula 
  • Administer and interpret results using the SSIS-SEL in the classroom 
  • Confidently instruct and support student learning of the five SEL competencies 
  • Apply specific and relevant small group interventions based on the results of the Screener 
  • Develop and deliver strategies for referring students with higher SEL needs


Included in your registration: 

  • One Pack of twenty five SSIS-SEL Edition Screening/Progress Monitoring Scales forms
  • SSIS CoLab access platform which includes  
    • manual
    • video examples
    • evidence and research papers 
    • further training modules

Target Audience

Primary Educators

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