Whether it’s reading, writing, or math, the skills students learn in the elementary grades provide an important foundation for their academic success in middle school and beyond. Likewise, research has shown that students who succeed academically possess strong resiliency skills, developed over time, that help them overcome obstacles and persevere.
There are plenty of ways to know whether your students have mastered fractions but how do you know which resiliency skills are in need of development? The answer is clear–by assessing students’ resiliency using ScholarCentric’s new Success Highways Resiliency Assessment for grades 3-5.
Each question of the online survey collects students’ responses across the seven resiliency skills.
The resulting data provides a complete picture of the whole student so that educators can provide interventions that truly target the issues students need help with in order to improve academic performance, attendance, and behavior for years to come. The online resiliency survey provides reading prompts for emerging and struggling readers.
The Resiliency Assessment Report that is generated from the resiliency survey provides:
ScholarCentric also offers professional development to build understanding of the essential role of resiliency in student achievement, helping educators create a school-wide culture of resiliency across subject areas. Workshops are available for educators and parents.