Research shows that investment in SEL has led to13% gains in academics, improved classroom behavior, better stress management, and provided an 11:1 total ROI.
SEL skills are critical to school, career, and life success. Panorama helps you understand and support each student with skills like growth mindset, self-efficacy, social awareness, and self-management.
School and classroom environments impact students’ abilities to develop SEL skills. Educators use Panorama to more efficiently target their efforts to create environments where students thrive.
Teachers play a significant role in helping students develop strong SEL skills in school. Administrators use Panorama to understand and develop teacher capacity to support every student socially and emotionally.
How well students are able to persevere through setbacks to achieve important long-term goals. Recommended
Student perceptions of whether they have the potential to change those factors that are central to their performance in school. Recommended
How well students manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations. Recommended
How well students consider the perspectives of others and empathize with them. Recommended
How much students believe they can succeed in achieving academic outcomes. Recommended
How well students deliberately use strategies to manage their own learning processes generally.
How much effort students put into school and learning.
The extent to which students consider the perspectives of their teachers.
How much students believe they can succeed in achieving academic outcomes in specific subjects.
How well students regulate their emotions.
How strong the social connection is between teachers and students within and beyond the school. Recommended
How much students feel that they are valued members of the school community. Recommended
Student perceptions of physical and psychological safety while at school. Recommended
How attentive and invested students are in school.
How much students feel that their teachers hold them to high expectations around effort, understanding, persistence and performance in class.
How much students feel that an academic subject is interesting, important, and useful.
How much students feel that school is interesting, important and useful.
Faculty perceptions of their professional strengths and areas for growth, related to social-emotional learning. Recommended
Perceptions of the amount and quality of professional growth and learning opportunities available to faculty, related to social-emotional learning. Recommended
Perceptions of the overall social and learning climate of the school. Recommended
Perceptions of the adequacy of the school’s resources for student support. Recommended
Faculty perceptions of their readiness to address issues of diversity.
With Panorama, schools and districts can measure students’ and teachers’ perceptions of SEL, explore the results with interactive reports, and provide educators with actionable strategies to build their students’ SEL skills.
Use reports to empower students to engage actively in their own SEL and to provide adults with a platform for powerful developmental conversations.
Identify individual student and class-wide strengths and areas for improvements with our interactive dashboard. Filter your results to group students for differentiated interventions and supports.
View your data side-by-side with the framework or standards that you use in order to reinforce shared knowledge of SEL.
You'll have access to hundreds of resources that promote social-emotional learning and skill-building with Panorama's Playbook. Every resource in Playbook aligns to the topics on Panorama's SEL measures so that educators can identify next steps and take action.
Playbook provides actionable resources created by successful educators or a trusted, expert partner, including: Second Step, Transforming Education, Character Lab, Teaching Tolerance, and Open Circle.
How one of the nation's largest school districts promotes student success through SEL measurement and collaboration
How teachers and school leaders improve social-emotional learning with a focus on the growth of every student
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