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SEL Frameworks Survey

Welcome to the AWG's Survey about SEL Frameworks!

Thanks for your interest in SEL Frameworks and your willingness to help shape our efforts to support the practical use of SEL Frameworks through a series of briefs.  The following questions let you know the frameworks we are examining, seek your views of them, which you are using, issues you have faced, and what topics you would like our series of briefs to address.  Thanks for engaging with us in this effort.
1. Below is an alphabetical list of SEL frameworks we have discovered.  Please indicate the extent to which you know about and use each framework.  Check only one option for each framework. Feel free to add one or tow other frameworks you use and rate them as well. We will use this to inform which frameworks we write about in the series of briefs we are doing. 
Space Cell Never Heard of ItKnow about It but Do Not UseBoth Know and Use It
ACT Holistic Framework
Brookings Institute: Soft Skills
Character Lab (Angela Duckworth): 9 Strengths
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL): SEL 5 Competencies
David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality: Preparing Youth to Thrive
Deeper Learning
Emotional Intelligence
Employability Skills
Habits of Mind
KIPP: 7 Character Strengths
National Research Council: Education for Life and Work
Office of Head Start: Early Learning Outcomes
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD): Social and Emotional Skills
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD): Skills for Social Progress
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD): Key Competencies
Pairin Essential Skills
Partnership for 21st Century Learning: 21st Century Skills
Personality: Big Five – Rosetta Stone
Personality: Big Five Factor Model (Soft Skills)
Positive Youth Development
Research Triangle Institute: Non-cognitive Skills in the Classroom
Search Institute Assets
Skills for Success
Strive Together
Student Success Framework
The Occupational Information Network Content Model (O*Net)
The Prosocial Classroom: Teacher Social and Emotional Competence
Transforming Education: Mindsets & Essential Skills and Habits (MESH)
Turnaround for Children: Building Blocks for Learning
University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research (CCSR): Developmental Framework
University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research (CCSR): Non-Cognitive Factors