A simple and informative survey asking parents if they have any concerns about their children's social and emotional wellbeing or mental health or would like to speak with a member of the student services team to discuss their student's social and emotional well-being. Also asks if anyone in the immediate or extended family experienced illness, death, or negative impact on parent employment.
How do you define social emotional learning? Specify the SEL skills that are most important for your students. Consider what assessment approach(es) can best measure these skills.
Is your school community considering strategies for teacher well-being, teacher practice, and student competencies as you plan for social emotional learning? We’ve developed this worksheet to help with your planning.
Are you ready to assess social emotional learning? Use this brief reflection tool to identify your team's strengths, needs and readiness to make the most of SEL assessment.
So you’ve collected your social emotional learning (SEL) assessment data, but now what? We’ve developed this worksheet to help you understand your team’s readiness to review and act on your SEL assessment data.