Best Practices for Measuring Social-Emotional Learning

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Social-emotional learning (SEL) skills have been shown to positively impact students’ classroom performance and college and career readiness, and a 2016 survey found that most teachers now favor SEL over other non-academic measures of student learning. Formal assessment of SEL outcomes enable districts to measure and increase students’ SEL skills and sends an important message to students, teachers, and the school community that non-academic outcomes are a priority. However, measuring SEL is challenging, as it is an emerging field and can be defined in many ways.

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Effectively Measure SEL

SEL skills include a wide range of abilities that help students succeed in college and careers, such as working well with others, understanding and managing emotions, and setting and achieving goals. Teachers increasingly consider SEL to be an important part of students’ educational experience and believe that SEL can drive students’ current and future academic, professional, and personal success.

Download the research brief to learn ways that schools can effectively measure SEL.

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