Many schools are eager to implement surveys and assessments to better understand the social-emotional strengths and needs of their students; however, knowing how to leverage the data collected to effectively inform universal SEL programs and initiatives can be less clear.
This webinar addresses the benefits of social-emotional assessments and surveys as well as how to overcome the challenges often faced by educators. We will also highlight the work done by a Branching Minds district partner to implement the Social-Emotional Competency Assessment (SECA) and their use of school and grade-level reporting to inform their Tier 1 SEL practices. Key findings from this project as well as student and staff perceptions of the survey will be shared and discussed.
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Dr. Essie Sutton
Dr. Sutton is an Applied Developmental Psychologist and the Director of Learning Science at Branching Minds. Her work brings together the fields of Child Development and Education Psychology to improve learning and development for all students. Dr. Sutton is responsible for studying the impacts of the Branching Minds on students’ academic, behavioral, and social-emotional outcomes. She also leverages MTSS research and best practices to develop and improve the Branching Minds platform.