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What are the Specific Responsibilities of Designated SST Roles?

Each SST meeting requires a facilitator and public recorder to fulfill the following responsibilities.  The facilitator will also ask someone to serve as a timekeeper and someone to serve as the seat recorder (the person who copies on a regular-sized piece of paper whatever the public recorder recorded on chart paper or a blackboard/whiteboard). If at all possible, none of these roles should be assigned to the referring teacher, parent(s), or the student; these team members need to focus their full attention on the SST process.

BEFORE THE MEETING:

Facilitator Responsibilities:

Public Recorder Responsibilities:

•  Coordinates logistics before & after meeting

• Sets up SST Chart or Grid on whiteboard/blackboard

•  Notifies members of time, place, & student’s name

• Inserts data into SST heading area

•  Ensures parent and student are prepared

•  Knows available resources and how to access them

•  Assumes ultimate responsibilities for group decision

DURING THE MEETING:

Facilitator Responsibilities:

Public Recorded Responsibilities:

• Describes purpose of meeting to team

•  Listens carefully for the key words and records key words and ideas

• Begins introductions; encourages input from all members

•  Organizes input into appropriate categories

•  Helps team find win/win solutions

•  Writes quickly and legibly

•  Role is to facilitate; does not present information

•  Shortens, abbreviates

•  Stands in front of the group

•  Isn’t afraid to misspell

•  Accountable for time, appoints timekeeper

•  Uses color as visual aid

•  Helps recorder take accurate notes

•  Uses circles and arrows to connect related information

•  Checks for meaning and understanding

• Checks with facilitator for clarity

•  Makes corrections non-defensively

•  Keeps team focused on task

•  Asks for specifics to clarify generalities

•  Is positive;  compliments group members

•  Models and encourages nonjudgmental contributions

•  Diffuses emotionally charged statements

EDMS 512, Hood

Summer 2006

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