In our work with schools and districts, Panorama helps educators use social emotional learning data to better understand the strengths and needs of their students. Many districts use social-emotional learning (SEL) surveys for district- and school-wide data inquiry and continuous improvement processes and to set targeted goals around students’ social emotional development.
Increasingly, we’re finding that school leaders and teachers are interested in sharing this SEL data directly with students. Discussing SEL data with students promotes a deeper understanding of what is measured, what these SEL skills mean, and what students can do to improve. Drawing from our work with school districts nationwide, we’ve created a brief guide for sharing SEL data with students.