Storrs, CT

 6/22/2017 12:30 PM to 6/23/2017 4:30 PM


Description

The ISIS-SWIS Facilitator Training focuses on (a) progress monitoring of individual student data, (b) readiness, compatibility, and licensing for ISIS-SWIS, (c) account and student file set up, (d) data entry and report generation, and (e) using ISIS-SWIS data for progress monitoring and accountability.  Certification requirements include attendance for 1.5 days of in-person instruction as well as pre- and post-training requirements.

Previously this training was limited to individuals already certified as SWIS Facilitators. This training is now open to all individuals who meet the criteria for supporting schools in ISIS-SWIS implementation.  No prior certifications required!

Complete the screening and registration form. Note that the person attending the training is responsible to complete the registration process directly. Do not complete screening and registration for another person unless responses are being dictated. Thank you!

Terms for All Application Trainings

  • I have formal time allocated in my workload to perform Facilitator duties.
  • I am planning to implement the application(s) with 2 or more schools.
  • I am able to meet with implementing schools at least 5 times in a year to assess school readiness, train staff, and meet with teams to build fluency in using data for decision-making.
  • I have formal time allocated in my workload to complete all certification requirements, including pre- and post-training activities and full attendence of the in-person sessions.

Additional Terms for ISIS-SWIS Training ONLY

  • I have knowledge and/or experience using Targeted (Tier II) and Intensive (Tier III) systems of SWPBIS Support (e.g. basic behavioral theory, behavioral assessments, and support planning).
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Training Details


Cost: $150
Training Coordinator:
Address:
University of Connecticut
Neag School of Education
Charles B. Gentry Building
249 Glenbrook Road
Storrs, CT 06269
Last Day to Register: 6/5/2017