Best practices to use Classworks’ SE Survey in K-3
With additional focus on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) this year, SE surveys have become increasingly popular.
SEL helps students apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. SEL Surveys help teachers find students’ strengths and weaknesses to address or capitalize on them quickly.
As part of our comprehensive MTSS platform, Classworks includes a SE Skills Survey to help you identify students who need social-emotional and behavioral support.
Here's our latest video with actionable tips for taking and utilizing the Classworks Social-Emotional Skills Survey for K-3 students.
Lessons for Leaders
A survey and data-driven approach to SEL has many immediate benefits for districtwide MTSS implementations. Specifically, these surveys can help schools and districts communicate SEL as a priority.
If you’re implementing SEL initiatives in your district, choose a simple SE Screener for teachers and students. Additionally, ensure you have access to districtwide data to easily view how groups of students are doing with the discrete skills that contribute to students’ overall social-emotional development and well-being. This data allows you to put specific strategies in place to address them quickly.
Classworks, which qualifies for ESSER funding, is one program that meets all of your needs. Contact us for more information about maximizing your tiered intervention strategies, or reach out using the live chat button on the bottom right of your screen.