Increasingly states are establishing SEL standards. What are SEL competencies should students know and be able to demonstrate at different levels? Increasingly states are establishing SEL standards. What do the look like in real life? Why do they matter? And how can educators assess and address those competencies, but formally and informally? In this webinar series, Clark McKown, President of xSEL Labs, will describe five social and emotional competencies, explore what they looks like and why they matter, and share formal and informal methods educators can use to assess and support the development of these competencies. Each webinar will cover a different competence.
In this session, Paul Bauer and Ryan Maas from Traverse Bay Area Intermediate District describe specific tools and strategies they use to assess social and emotional competencies in Michigan’s standards and how they help their teams use the assessment data to support consistent and high-quality SEL practices.