The DESSA-mini is an 8-item screener that is completed by teachers in less than a minute. There are 4 DESSA-mini forms making this tool great to use for pre/post analyses or for ongoing progress monitoring. Learn more. (go to DESSA-mini page)
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A. Automated services for synchronizing your Evo user and student rosters with your existing rostering applications (like your SIS)
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The “full” DESSA is a 72-item strength-based behavior rating scale which assesses students across 8 CASEL-aligned competencies. It is regarded as one of the most reliable and practical measures of social and emotional learning. Use the DESSA to inform instruction by identifying specific areas of need. We recommend that you use the DESSA on students whose DESSA-mini results indicate a low score.
Set up automation to automatically assign a full DESSA to any student whose DESSA-mini score falls below an established score.
Use the DESSA data to identify opportunities for SEL instruction then use our aligned resources to build students’ skills. Strategies are available for universal, small group, individual and home contexts.
We also feature sample strategies from highly regarded evidence-based curricula like: Second Step, Open Circle, The 4Rs, Caring School Community and Inner Resilience.
Our Foundational Practices include 9 tool sets for helping adults create healthy learning environments where social and emotional learning can occur.