Assess student sense of safety, belonging, and instructional support

Our brief student climate survey gives you a snapshot of how students see the conditions of learning

A healthy school climate supports student academic, social, and emotional growth

When students feel safe, when they feel that they belong, and when they feel supported as learners, great things happen. With our brief student climate survey, you can now get a quick picture of the conditions of learning, and you can use what you learn to make everyone feel good about being at school.

A positive climate is key to student growth

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Research Based

 

Our brief climate survey measures dimensions of school climate that we know matter for student growth.

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Easy to Use

 

Children complete six simple items as part of their SELweb competence assessment experience. The climate survey takes less than five minutes.

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Enriches the Conversation

Educators identify where the climate is strong and where it needs work and take specific steps to improve the conditions of learning.

Our brief climate survey measures the important conditions of learning

Our brief climate survey is designed to assess key dimensions of the school climate, including student sense of safety, belonging, and instructional support. This optional survey is available to add to SELweb, our social and emotional competence assessment. Understanding student competence and school climate provides insights that lend themselves to action.

Support student sense of safety, belonging, and instructional support

In five minutes, gain insights into how students experience school. Use those insights to make your school climate the best it can be.

Making the invisible visible

“Climate” seems elusive. But ask students the right question, and it’s as clear as day. Understand your students’ feelings of safety, belonging, and instructional support.

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