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Coherence Level Indicator. Heart Action Strip. Pulse Indicator. AC Adaptor / Charger Jack. Sensor Button. Ear Sensor Jack. emWave Features. Roadmap. Snap-shot of current work on improved student outcomes Focus in on Social-Emotional Learning School-wide screening Sample Interventions.

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Ear sensor jack

Coherence Level Indicator

Heart Action Strip

Pulse Indicator

AC Adaptor /

Charger Jack

Sensor Button

Ear Sensor Jack

emWave Features


Roadmap

Roadmap

  • Snap-shot of current work on improved student outcomes

  • Focus in on Social-Emotional Learning

  • School-wide screening

  • Sample Interventions


Roadmap1

Roadmap

  • Snap-shot of current work on improved student outcomes

  • Focus in on Social-Emotional Learning

  • School-wide screening

  • Sample Interventions


Logic behind curricular push to increase college readiness

Logic behind curricular push to increase college readiness

More challenging, college-oriented curriculum

Increased learning, stronger skills

Higher educational attainment

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Logic assumptions behind curricular push to increase college readiness

Logic Assumptions behind curricular push to increase college readiness

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More challenging, college-oriented curriculum

Increased learning, Stronger skills

Higher educational attainment

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Students grades gpas depend on much more than their core academic knowledge and skills

Students’ grades (GPAs) depend on much morethan their core academic knowledge and skills…

  • They are affected by a host of “non-cognitive” factors, including behaviors, mindsets, perseverance, learning strategies and social skills

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


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What factors

contribute to grades?

Content Knowledge

Measured by TEST SCORES

Academic Skills

Noncognitive Factors

Measured by GRADES

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


What are noncognitive factors

What are noncognitive factors?

  • Anything not measured by cognitive tests (achievement or IQ tests)

    • Skills, behaviors, strategies, beliefs, attitudes

  • The stuff that isn’t content knowledge or core academic skills, but that matters for school performance

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


There is a large literature on skills behaviors strategies beliefs attitudes

There is a large literature on…Skills, behaviors, strategies, beliefs, attitudes

Time Management Interests Conscientiousness

Work ethic Self-Regulation Grit MotivationPersistence Self-Concept Tenacity Self-Efficacy

Collaboration Teamwork Agreeableness

Open-mindedness Flexibility Leadership

Creativity Innovation Confidence Effort

Enthusiasm Values Cooperation

Communication Peer Interactions Professionalism Work Completion Attendance Goal-setting

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


5 categories of noncognitive factors

5 Categories of Noncognitive Factors

  • Academic Behaviors

  • Academic Perseverance

  • Academic Mindsets

  • Learning Strategies

  • Social Skills

Academic

Performance

(Course Grades)

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Ear sensor jack

Academic Behaviors

Going to class

Doing homework

Participating

Studying

Academic Behaviors

  • Being a “good student”

  • Only DIRECT relationship to course performance – All other factors are expressed through academic behaviors

  • Improving academic behaviors is the only way to substantially improve grades

Academic Performance

Clear evidence on

Attendance, homework completion

Monitoring & support

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Ear sensor jack

Academic Perseverance

Grit, Tenacity, Persistence,

Self-Control, Effort,

Delayed Gratification

Academic Perseverance

  • Ability and tendency to see things through to completion despite distractions or obstacles

  • Expressed through the quality, intensity, and duration of a student’s academic behavior

  • State or trait?

  • A desirable outcome, but hard to change directly!

Academic Behaviors

Academic Performance

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Ear sensor jack

Academic Mindsets

I belong in this academic community.

I can succeed at this.

My ability and competence grow with my effort.

This work has value to me.

Academic Mindsets

Beliefs about oneself in relation to academic work.

  • Sense of Belonging

  • Self-Efficacy

  • Growth Mindset

  • Relevance

Academic Perseverance

Academic Behaviors

Academic Performance

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


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Learning Strategies

  • Strategies to aid in cognitive work of thinking, learning, or remembering

Academic Perseverance

Learning Strategies

Study Skills

Metacognitive Strategies

Self-Regulated Learning

Goal Setting

Academic Behaviors

Academic Performance

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


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  • Social Skills

  • Poor social skills/ behaviors can negatively affect grades through disciplinary events

  • Little evidence of positive effects on grades from especially strong social skills, but important for other outcomes

Social Skills

Interpersonal Skills, Empathy, Cooperation, Assertion, Responsibility

Academic Behaviors

Academic Performance

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Model of noncognitive factors

Model of Noncognitive Factors

Elaine Allensworth, CCSR


Roadmap2

Roadmap

  • Snap-shot of current work on improved student outcomes

  • Focus in on Social-Emotional Learning

  • School-wide screening

  • Sample Interventions


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