Panorama for Social-Emotional Learning

Develop student
SEL skills

Panorama helps educators understand each student's SEL—the skills and mindsets that enable students to succeed in school and in life—with research-backed measures and actionable data reports.

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Woodridge School District 68 (Ill.)

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Support the whole student with research-backed measures

Research shows that investment in SEL has led to11% gains in academics, improved classroom behavior, better stress management, and provided an 11:1 total ROI.

Build student skills

SEL skills are critical to school, career, and life success. Panorama helps you understand and support each student with skills like grit, growth mindset, self-efficacy, social awareness, and self-management.

Create an environment where students thrive

The school and classroom environments impact students’ abilities to develop and use SEL skills. Educators use Panorama to more efficiently target their efforts to create an environment where students thrive.

Develop teacher capacity for SEL

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.

    Student Competencies:

  • Grit -

    How well students are able to persevere through setbacks to achieve important long-term goals. Recommended

  • Growth Mindset -

    Student perceptions of whether they have the potential to change those factors that are central to their performance in school. Recommended

  • Self-Management -

    How well students manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations. Recommended

  • Social Awareness -

    How well students consider the perspectives of others and empathize with them. Recommended

  • Self-Efficacy -

    How much students believe they can succeed in achieving academic outcomes. Recommended

  • Learning Strategies -

    How well students deliberately use strategies to manage their own learning processes generally.

  • Classroom Effort -

    How much effort students put into school and learning.

  • Social Perspective-Taking -

    The extent to which students consider the perspectives of their teachers.

  • Self-Efficacy About Specific Subjects -

    How much students believe they can succeed in achieving academic outcomes in specific subjects.

  • Emotion Regulation -

    How well students regulate their emotions.

    Student Supports & Environment:

  • Teacher-Student Relationships -

    How strong the social connection is between teachers and students within and beyond the school. Recommended

  • Sense of Belonging -

    How much students feel that they are valued members of the school community. Recommended

  • School Safety -

    Student perceptions of physical and psychological safety while at school. Recommended

  • Engagement -

    How attentive and invested students are in school.

  • Rigorous Expectations -

    How much students feel that their teachers hold them to high expectations around effort, understanding, persistence and performance in class.

  • Valuing of Specific Subjects -

    How much students feel that an academic subject is interesting, important, and useful.

  • Valuing of School -

    How much students feel that school is interesting, important and useful.

    Teacher Skills & Perspectives:

  • Teacher Self-Reflection -

    Faculty perceptions of their professional strengths and areas for growth, related to social-emotional learning. Recommended

  • Professional Learning about SEL -

    Perceptions of the amount and quality of professional growth and learning opportunities available to faculty, related to social-emotional learning. Recommended

  • School Climate -

    Perceptions of the overall social and learning climate of the school. Recommended

  • Resources for Student Support -

    Perceptions of the adequacy of the school’s resources for student support. Recommended

  • Educating All Students -

    Faculty perceptions of their readiness to address issues of diversity.

Understand and improve
SEL with data

With Panorama, schools and districts can understand students’ and teachers’ perceptions of SEL skills, explore the results with interactive dashboards, and provide teachers with actionable strategies to cultivate their students’ SEL skills.

Target your interventions and supports

Identify individual student and class strengths and areas for improvements with our interactive heatmap dashboard. Filter your results to quickly group students for differentiated interventions and supports.

Support each student's SEL skills

Use student reports to empower students to engage actively in their own SEL and to provide adults with a platform for powerful developmental conversations with students.

Align your stakeholders with SEL frameworks

Customize your SEL data by the framework or standards that you use and add custom language to reinforce shared understanding.

Explore our Dashboards →

Engage teacher perspectives
on student strengths

Teachers play a powerful role in promoting student SEL skills. With Panorama's teacher perception measures, educators can efficiently give feedback on their students’ SEL strengths and competencies.

These measures can create pathways for educators to promote productive conversations with students, and to give students agency and ownership of the development of their SEL skills in school.

Explore classroom strategies
that target SEL skills

Playbook is an online community that includes hundreds of strategies designed to promote student SEL skills. The strategies in Playbook connect topics on Panorama's SEL measures—like Self-Management and Social Awareness—with resources that guide next steps and opportunities for growth.

Every strategy in Playbook is created by successful classroom teachers or a trusted, expert partner, including: Character Lab, Teaching Tolerance, and Open Circle.

Supporting SEL measures for over 1.5+ million students nationwide

Learn about SEL from leading school districts

Explore the Case Study

Fresno Unified School District

How one of the nation's largest school districts promotes student success through SEL measurement and collaboration

Explore the Case Study

Woodridge School District #68

How teachers and school leaders improve social-emotional learning with a focus on the growth of every student

As featured in  "To Measure What Tests Can't, Some Schools Turn To Surveys"

Support social-emotional learning in your school or district

Get a free demo of Panorama for Social-Emotional Learning or download our SEL measures