SEL Survey - Parents
A definition of Social Emotional Learning: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process through which we learn to recognize and manage emotions, care about others, make good decisions, behave ethically and responsibly, develop positive relationships, and avoid negative behaviors.
Listed below are 6 specific areas of social emotional learning. Read through each one and rank them, in your opinion, based on order of importance.
1 being most important 6 being least
Learning Strategies - How well students deliberately use strategies to manage their own learning process
Social Awareness - How well students consider the perspective of others and empathize with them.
Classroom Effort - How much effort students put into school and learning.
Grit - How well students are able to persevere through setbacks to achieve long-term goals (not linked to academics), taking into account their experiences and identities.
Self-Efficacy - How much students believe they can succeed in achieving academic outcomes.
Growth Mindset - Students perceptions of whether they have the potential to change those factors that are central to their performance in school.
Select only 1 SEL area per number
Check all that apply for grade level(s) of your student(s).
This form was created inside of Bainville Public Schools.