The SSI is a student-centred interview assessment intended for examing the level of student-environment fit of students from approx. 7 years of age and older. The assessment focus on how environmental factors influence students’ activity and participation in school. SSI includes 16 items, which are scored by using a four-step rating scale.The 16 items are:1. Write2. Read3. Speak4. Remember things5. Do mathematics6. Do homework7. Take exams8. Participate in sports activities9. Participate in practical subjects10. Participate in the classroom11. Participate in social activities during breaks12. Participate in practical activities during breaks13. Go on field trips14. Get assistance15. Access to school16. Interact with staffFor each item, the following questions are asked:How do you act/manage in your class when you .......... (e.g. 1. Write)?Do you have any supports or adjustments? If so, what type?Are you satisfied with the present situation?If not, what kind of change would help you the most?The theoretical foundation of SSI is MOHO (Kielhofner, 2008) and client-centred practice (Law, 1998).This new version now also includes examples of children with neuropsychiatric impairments and social limitations. It has been updated in the theoretical sections and supplemented with a linking/mapping of the SSI items to ICF concepts.
SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP -- Utbildningsvetenskap -- Pedagogiskt arbete (hsv//swe)
SOCIAL SCIENCES -- Educational Sciences -- Pedagogical Work (hsv//eng)