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Everything Counts

Student Self-Rating Scales

Enter 4 (A), 3 (B), 2 (C), 1 (D) or 0 (F) to reflect your self-ratings in each of the thirteen areas, then press the "Calculate" button to determine your USPM-2 SEL GPA:

Area Rating
ELA
Math
Attendance
Motivation
Social
Emotional
Behavioral
Environmental
Health
Other
Respectful
Responsible
Safe



NOTE: UNDER CONSTRUCTION Within the next week all this will be ready!!!

INSTRUCTIONS:

1) On a scale of 0 through 4, rate your overall level of satisfaction or happiness related to your performance in each of the 13 areas. For example, how happy, how satisfied are you with your performance in Math? Are your grades okay? Is it making sense? Do you feel comfortable in class? Are you getting your homework done? Etc. If things are going great, that would be a "4" or a "3" -- if things are going bad, that would be a "1" or, if things are going really bad (I hope not), that would be a "0."

2) Do not enter letters - only enter numbers.

3) In the "Other" row, determine what your biggest problem or concern is at the present and rate how big of a problem it is.

4) Press the "Calculate Your GPA" button and you will see the results indicating your overall "Average." 5) Just like a regular GPA, the higher the score, the better!  

INTERPRETATION:

There are several ways to begin interpreting the results... 7) Start by looking at your overall score (GPA) to see your overall level of satisfaction. If you want to be happier, ask yourself, "What do I need to do different, what choices do I need to make to be happier or do better?" 8) Then look at each area for positives and negatives. Maybe things are really great in ELA, Math, Attendance, Social, and Emotional, but Motivation and Behavioral ratings are low. Ask yourself, "What do I need to do to get from a 1 to a 2?" This is where problem solving and decision making occurs. Hopefully you get the idea. 

ACTION PLAN, GOAL-SETTING, & PROBLEM SOLVING:

More coming here soon.

SELF-MONITORING:

More coming here soon.

ASSISTANCE:

More coming here soon.

Parents


Contact your school psychologist, school counselor, MSW, or other school professional

If you have questions, please feel free to contact the author via e-mail (Note: I don't provide psychological services over the internet, but I can help with the scoring and interpretation or technical aspects of the Student Rating Scales).

07/29/19: Under Major Construction. Check back soon...

As of 8/7/19 this page Is UNDER MAJOR CONSTRUCTION - Please keep checking back!

DESCRIPTION OF AREAS

English/Language Arts (ELA)

Rate how you doing with reading and writing.


Math

Rate how things are going in math.


Attendance

Do you regularly attend school on time?


Motivation

How hard do you try?


Social

How are things going with other humans?


Emotional

How are you feeling most of the time?


Behavioral

Rate your behavioral choices.


Environmental

How is everything in your world, at school, in the class, at home, in the community...


Health

Are you eating healthy, etc.?


Other

Are there any other problems or concerns in your life? If so, rate how big of a problem it is. Remember, if it's a big problem there is always help available.


Respectful

Are you treating others with respect? Are other treating you with respect?


Responsible

Everyone has responsibilities. How responsible are you?


Safe

Are you making decisions to keep you safe?

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