Belief in Self

Results of the CoVitality survey identify student’s traits that globally represent their ‘belief in self’ a core domain of social emotional learning including abilities such as: Self-efficacy, or sensing one’s ability to act effectively to meet environmental demands, Persistence, or the act of enduring in the face of difficulty, and Self-awareness, or the recognition of one’s emotions and values and their impacts on behavior, as well as accurate self-assessment of abilities and personal challenges.

Self-efficacy - With detailed reports from the CoVitality survey, these resources can help support educators foster development of students with low belief in self. CoVitality gives specific insight into which strengths students might need support developing within this domain and what students might benefit from using strategies included in these resources.

September 2020 | UC Berkely Greater Good Science Center | Rebecca Branstetter

October 2017 | UC Berkely Greater Good Science Center | Vicki Zakrzewski

November 2017  | UC Berkely Greater Good Science Center | Amy L. Eva

May 2012 | Educational Leadership| Robert J. Marzano

Persistence is the act of enduring in the face of difficulty...for example, this happens when a student struggles with a math concept until they understand it

October 2019 | UC Berkely Greater Good Science Center | Jill Suttie

June 2014 | Great! Schools.org| Leslie Crawford

Self-awareness is defined as the recognition of one’s emotions and values and their impacts on behavior, as well as accurate self-assessment of strengths and challenges

August 2018 | Teach Thought| Steve Wheeler

2019 | UC Berkely Greater Good Science Center

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