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  • SEL Student Self-Evaluation Survey 

    Teachers will work with students in grades 4-12 to administer a Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) Survey from our BCPS Partner, ReThink Ed. Surveys will be administered during the first semester and second semester. 

    "Rethink Ed SEL is a comprehensive social-emotional learning program that provides solutions that include professional learning for adults, K-12 multi-tiered grade-level curriculum, SEL assessments, behavior tracking, and home support tools all in one web-based platform. Rethink SEL supports all stakeholders in developing the social-emotional competencies necessary to create a safe and supportive school, family, and community environment where both students and adults thrive, are respected and respectful, and where everyone engages in active learning, together."  (ReThinkEd.com)

    The SEL Survey consists of forty-five questions in English, Spanish, Haitian-Creole, and Portuguese.

     The Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Student Survey is part of the BCPS Strategic Plan and addresses 5 of the 6 Florida SEL Health Skills/Competencies.

    • Self-awareness
    • Self-management
    • Social Awareness
    • Social Skills
    • Responsible Decision Making
    • Resiliency

    The goal is to increase the students' SEL understanding, knowledge, and skills as measured by the SEL Surveys. The Student Self-Evaluation average is from  2.6 to 3.2 by year 5 (2024).

    What are the student results telling us?  Below is the list of skills listed from the greatest need to least based on the Spring 2022 SEL Student Survey.

    Social Awareness  

    The ability to understand the perspectives of and empathize with others. This includes the capacity to feel compassion for others and recognize family, school, and community resources and support. 

    Self-Awareness  

    Self-Awareness is the ability to be aware of one's emotions, thoughts, behaviors, values, preferences, goals, strengths, challenges, attitudes, and mindsets and how these elements impact behavior and choices across contexts. 

    Self-Management  

    The ability to manage one’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors effectively in different situations and to achieve goals and aspirations. This includes the capacity to delay gratification, manage stress, and feel motivation and agency to accomplish personal and collective goals.

    Relationship Skills  

    The abilities to establish and maintain healthy and supportive relationships. This includes the capacity to communicate clearly, listen actively, work collaboratively to problem solve, negotiate conflict, provide leadership, and seek or offer help when needed. 

    Responsible Decision Making  

    The ability to make caring and constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions. This includes the capacity to consider ethical standards and safety concerns and to evaluate the benefits and consequences of various actions for personal, social, and collective well-being. 

    Upcoming Student SEL Survey Dates:

    Fall SEL Survey​ October 10-24, 2022

    Spring SEL Survey February 6-17, 20223

     There are different ways to identify the successes and needs of students' SEL progress and development. Families are invited to register for a free family account with ReThink Ed.  There you will find videos, activities, and additional SEL resources.  Enroll in our SEL Mindfulness Toolkits for Families and Students CANVAS course which offers daily mindfulness activities and resources to support SEL at home.