The work is based on the authors' research into how the behavior ratings and comments sections of the report card relate to academic grades and standardized tests as expressed by CASEL and the SELect social-emotional learning programs. Provides samples and suggested report card designs to help educators model their own report cards after. Includes testimonials from the students and teachers.

Adapting Your Report Card Comments for Sel and/or Character

Adapting your report card comments for SEL and/or character

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Utility: After seeing a glimpse of how this is a flexible process influenced by many factors (e.g., existing programming) and examining some of those factors through reflection exercises (i.e., at the end of Chapter 2), it is time to think more critically about the match between those factors and some recommended options for your school or district. This chapter is designed to provide guidance in linking key considerations of current programming with conceptual and practical advantages of rating SEL, character, or both, as well as advantages and disadvantages of Likert versus rubric rating approaches.

Maximizing Guide Resources: Sections of this chapter may be useful to distribute ...

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