Finally… A way to identify students’ social emotional needs in order to target interventions more effectively
For students to do well in school they have to be mentally, physically, and emotionally prepared to learn. Even the best teachers, technology, and curriculum are unlikely to have a significant impact on academic performance until students understand the value of school, are engaged, confident and motivated to succeed.
So how do we ensure that every student has the support and skills he or she needs to be successful in school? The answer lies in boosting students’ resiliency. Research led by Boston University Professor V. Scott Solberg has shown that:
resiliency solution provides educators with actionable data so they can analyze the root causes of disengagement and identify students for RtI tiers. Success Highways includes:
- Validated resiliency assessments for grades 3-10 that measure students’ resiliency aptitude while comprehensive reports provide insight into the specific social emotional issues with which students may be struggling.
- Standards-aligned curriculum for grades 6-10 provides the pedagogical framework for educators to enhance students’ academic resiliency.
- Professional development builds school capacity to actively teach resiliency and increase academic achievement.