University of Minnesota
Check & Connect Student Engagement Intervention | Institute on Community Integration
http://checkandconnect.umn.edu
checkandconnect@umn.edu
Institute on Community Integration CEHD

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Technology Mini-Sessions for the Check & Connect App and Engage SEI

October 8, 2019
Honolulu, HI

These complimentary mini-sessions will precede a 2-day Check & Connect Comprehensive Implementation training offered at the same location. Although anyone may register for the mini-sessions, some spots in each session will be reserved for the Check & Connect Comprehensive Implementation training participants.

Location

These mini-sessions will take place at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, 2465 Campus Rd, Executive Dining Room, Honolulu, Hawai’i 96822. Participants are responsible for their own lodging and travel arrangements. Ramp parking is available on site for an approximate fee of $5 per day.

Check & Connect App mini-sessions:

Attend a technology mini-session to learn more about the C&C App!

The Check & Connect web-based application (C&C App) helps Check & Connect (C&C) mentors and coordinators document, monitor, and report on student progress using their computer or tablet web browser. This 1-hour overview of the C&C App will cover set-up, data privacy, mentor data entry process, tracking fidelity, and aggregated reporting. This overview is ideally suited for those interested in implementing the Check & Connect student engagement intervention and learning how the C&C App will streamline data collection and provide reporting to support fidelity of implementation.

Registration

There is no fee for these mini-sessions, however, registration is required. Each session is limited to 20 participants.

Engage SEI mini-sessions

Attend a technology mini-session to learn more about Engage SEI!

The Student Engagement Instrument (SEI™) is a brief 35 item self-reporting survey measuring cognitive and affective engagement. Data allows school professionals to gain insights into a student’s sense of control, intrinsic motivation, and future aspirations (cognitive engagement factors). Support teams working with students will also have a better understanding of a student’s relationships with teachers, peers, and family support (affective engagement factors).

COMING SOON: The new Engage SEI™ adapts the Student Engagement Instrument to an online platform, allowing schools to easily and efficiently gather information on internal factors of student engagement. This 1-hour overview is ideally suited for those interested in learning more about Engage SEI and how data on internal factors of student engagement will help to identify and develop interventions for students who are at risk of disengagement.

Registration

There is no fee for these mini-sessions, however, registration is required. Each session is limited to 20 participants.

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