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WCSD Social and Emotional Competency Long-Form Assessment
Items highlighted (17-item) indicate items that comprise the briefer, composite SEC assessment.
Directions: Please tell us how easy or difficult each of the following are for you.
Response Options: 1 = Very Difficult; 2 = Difficult; 3 = Easy; 4 = Very Easy
- Knowing what my strengths are. (17-item)
- Knowing how to get better at things that are hard for me to do at school.
- Knowing when I am wrong about something.
- Knowing when I can’t control something.
Self-Awareness: Emotion Knowledge
- Knowing when my feelings are making it hard for me to focus. (17-item)
- Knowing the emotions I feel. (17-item)
- Knowing ways to make myself feel better when I’m sad.
- Noticing what my body does when I am nervous.
- Knowing when my mood affects how I treat others.
- Knowing ways I calm myself down. (17-item)
- Learning from people with different opinions than me. (17-item)
- Knowing what people may be feeling by the look on their face. (17-item)
- Knowing when someone needs help. (17-item)
- Knowing how to get help when I’m having trouble with a classmate.
- Knowing how my actions impact my classmates.
Self-Management: Emotion Regulation
- Getting through something even when I feel frustrated. (17-item)
- Being patient even when I am really excited. (17-item)
- Staying calm when I feel stressed.
- Working on things even when I don’t like them.
Self-Management: Goal Management
- Finishing tasks even if they are hard for me. (17-item)
- Setting goals for myself. (17-item)
- Reaching goals that I set for myself.
- Thinking through the steps it will take to reach my goal.
Self-Management: School Work
- Doing my schoolwork even when I do not feel like it. (17-item)
- Being prepared for tests. (17-item)
- Working on assignments even when they are hard.
- Planning ahead so I can turn a project in on time.
- Finishing my schoolwork without reminders.
- Staying focused in class even when there are distractions.
- Respecting a classmate’s opinions during a disagreement. (17-item)
- Getting along with my classmates. (17-item)
- Sharing what I am feeling with others.
- Talking to an adult when I have problems at school.
- Being welcoming to someone I don’t usually eat lunch with.
- Getting along with my teachers.
- Thinking about what might happen before making a decision. (17-item)
- Knowing what is right or wrong. (17-item)
- Thinking of different ways to solve a problem.
- Saying “no” to a friend who wants to break the rules.
- Helping to make my school a better place.
If you have additional questions about this assessment and related research, please contact Laura Davidson, Washoe County School District Director of Research and Evaluation at 775-348-3850 or email@example.com.