Using Social and Emotional Data to Promote a Positive School Culture

As our collective school experience continues to morph through the pandemic, it has become increasingly valuable to incorporate social and emotional skills into daily practices. Educators who have excellent interpersonal relationship skills are easy to identify; they might greet their students with personalized handshakes each morning or drop a subtle reference to a student’s favorite Avenger character during class.

School leaders can combine traditional data with social and emotional data to get a full picture of the school experience of students and staff.

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Data-Informed Social Emotional Learning Instruction