On this episode of In Session, we talk to Stephanie Ellis, Ed.D, NCSP, a Mental Health Service Professionals grant recipient, about the Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP) initiative to implement a full continuum of social-emotional and mental health support at Rockingham County Schools in North Carolina. For more information about Dr. Ellis and Rockingham County’s SEL work, see slides here.
|Time Stamp||Question / Topic Discussed|
|1:05||Introduction to Stephanie Ellis. Could you tell us about yourself and what led you to your current work?|
|3:32||Could you tell us more about the impetus for establishing SISP and the social-emotional learning approach?|
|15:55||How have you seen the program evolve? What have been some successes and challenges? What are you most proud of?|
|20:57||How has the pandemic impacted your work? What resources have been helpful in responding to those challenges?|
|24:47||What advice do you have for listeners? What can they learn from you?|
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