Identifying Students' Needs Using SEL

Understanding how to interpret your students' social emotional learning (SEL) data in Student Success is an important part of identifying the best way to support them!

Once your school or district has run an SEL survey, you'll see an indicator bar in Student Success that show your students' self-reported SEL competencies. You can quickly filter to students who have reported no skills. From there you have the ability to click into individual students, create a smart group so you can continue to track them, or further narrow your search by adding other filters.

You may also expand the SEL indicator bar to see each of the different topics that were surveyed, which may be helpful if you are looking to support students in a specific area, such as grit or self-efficacy.

To learn more about SEL, read some of our other pages below.

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