Why, How, and When to Get Help with SEL Program Evaluation Most of us want to know if what we’re doing is making a difference.
Well-intended colleagues in the SEL community sometimes encourage school districts to create their own social and emotional competence assessments. They do so, as far as
Since I received my PhD, I have worked hard to unlearn the copious amounts of jargon endemic to the social sciences. Don’t get me wrong:
Educators who want to focus on supporting student social and emotional learning (SEL) face very real challenges as they move from intention to action. One
Specialization in Social and Emotional Learning The field of social and emotional learning (SEL), like most fields, has its silos. This, as I see it,
In the last blog post, I suggested using a student SEL assessment that is designed to measure the skills your SEL program is designed to
Is your school district using an evidence-based social emotional learning (SEL) program or curriculum? If so, how are you measuring skills to inform instruction and
In my conversations with educators, the issue of assessment time has come up a lot lately. Here’s the issue: On the one hand, many educators