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Exploring Your Student SEL Data

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Once you have run a Social-Emotional Learning survey, you can begin to explore your students' self-reported skills. Research shows that SEL is an important lever for promoting student success in school and in life, and at Panorama we know how important it is to be able to find and support students based on their SEL skills. This page will walk through how you can navigate and understand the SEL reports in Panorama's platform.

Please note that depending on your district's partnership with Panorama, your student SEL reports may look a little different than what you see on this page. If you have any questions about this, please reach out to your Panorama contact for more information.

To explore the section of this page that is best fit for you, let us know what you see when you click on the "Students" tab:

SEL and Well-being on the Students Tab

Once your SEL survey results are available, you can navigate to your School reports and click into the Students tab to see your students' self-reported SEL competencies. You can filter the list to see who has or has not yet reported strengths for specific SEL competencies. You can also see student's self-reported perceptions of their well-being. The darker greens and lighter grey colors can help you group students by the level of support that benefits them most for a particular SEL competency.

Click on a specific topic to filter your list of students. The first click will sort the list of student who self-reported strengths in that particular area. Click on the topic name again and this will show the list of students who have not yet reported strengths for that particular topic.

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You can also access student's individual self-reflection data from the Students tab by clicking on a student's name. You can explore how each student self-reflected across each topic. Note, topic names were not displayed on the survey, students reflected on questioned based on their beliefs, attitudes and behaviors. 

You can also generate a student-friendly PDF report to share with students or family members by clicking Save as PDF. On this PDF document, there will be data about how students responded previously compared to now (if that data is available) and a few strategies are also included to help caring adults best support students. Make sure to explore our library of SEL activities, academic interventions, and behavior management strategies in Playbook for more ideas!

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SEL on the Students Page

Once your school or district has run an SEL survey, you can click into the "Students" tab to see your students' self-reported SEL competencies. You can quickly filter to students who have reported no skills yet. 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.

Panorama calculates students’ SEL indicators based on the results from their surveys. Each student’s scores are based on their reported strengths, opposed to deficits, in order to provide educators with a strengths-based, positive approach toward supporting each students’ SEL growth. Strengths are determined when students report an average score of 3.5 out of 5.0 or higher on each SEL topic assessed on the Panorama survey. 

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SEL on a Profile Page

Navigate to a student's profile page by clicking on their name. On this page, you can view reports on the student’s growth once surveys have been administered multiple times. You can also print this page to share with the student, their family, or other educators who are supporting the student.

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Social Emotional Learning

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