Social Emotional Learning Survey 2018-19
In a few weeks PPS will launch a survey at 11 schools to help us understand your students’ Social Emotional Learning (SEL) strengths and needs.
This pilot survey is required for students in grades 5 and 7 at the following schools: Maplewood, Marysville, Glencoe, Beverly Cleary, Cesar Chavez, Martin Luther King Jr., Chapman, Kelly, Beach, Roseway Heights, and Rose City Park. Other schools will have the option to administer this survey at the administrator’s discretion.
This is an initiative that we expect will grow to include more schools in the future. The results of the survey will give us valuable insights into how we can better serve our students and improve our schools. To see a copy of the survey, click this link.
Topics covered as part of the SEL survey include:
- Self-management: Taking responsibility for one’s own behavior and well-being.
- Social awareness: The ability to understand and respond to the needs of others.
- Growth mindset: The understanding that students can get smarter through hard work, the use of positive strategies, and the help of others when needed.
- Self-efficacy: The belief in one’s ability to achieve goals in the face of obstacles.
- Grit: How well students are able to persevere through setbacks to achieve important long-term goals.
- Emotional regulation: How well students regulate their emotions.
The SEL survey will be open from April 2-19. It is completely anonymous and will take 10 to 15 minutes for students to complete.
If you have questions, please contact Jill Bryant, Office of Student Success and Health, firstname.lastname@example.org.