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Everything Counts

Welcome to the USPM-2 SEL Student Scales Online! The page is under construction right now but should be ready to go this weekend.

You are the expert in your life. Enter your self-ratings (0-4) in each of the 13 areas below, and then press the button to calculate your USPM-2 SEL GPA. Interpret what the scores mean, set goals, and start problem solving. You could do something terrific right now!

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



KEY to Self-Ratings:

4 = A (Superior)

3 = B (Above Average)

2 = C (Average)

1 = D (Below Average)

0 = F (Failing)

INSTRUCTIONS:

For each area, ask and rate, "How am I doing? How satisfied or unsatisfied am I? Am I doing great, pretty good, just okay, not so good, horrible, etc.?"


ELA = English/Language Arts

Math = Arithmetic/Math

Attendance = Are you in school every day?

Motivation = How hard are you trying?

Social = Are you getting along with humans?

Emotional = How are you feeling?

Behavioral = How are your behavioral choices?

Environmental = Home/community issues?

Health = Are you making healthy choices?

Other = Is there any other problem?

Respectful = Are you respectful to others?

Responsible = Are you being responsible?

Safe = Are you being safe?

THESE SECTIONS STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION... CHECK BACK SOON!

Interpretation (What Do The Scores Mean?)

Just like a regular GPA, the higher the score, the better! A higher USPM-2 SEL GPA generally suggests things are going pretty good. A lower score would suggest you may be unsatisfied about your progress in certain areas.


Look at each individual score. 2's, 3's, and 4's suggest things are going pretty good! Take some time to celebrate. 0's and 1's suggest you're not satisfied or are unhappy in that area. This provides an opportunity for you to think about the problem and go about solving the problem. You might want to start by setting a goal.


Example: 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.


Make Decisions (Make A Great Choice)!


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Set Goals and Start Solving Problems


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If you have questions, please feel free to contact the author via e-mail (Note: I don't provide services over the internet, but I can help with the scoring and interpretation of the Student Rating Scales. Contact your teacher, school psychologist, counselor, MSW, or other adult if they can help in any area and always communicate with your #1 counselor: your parent.


Go to the Downloads Page for the paper version of the USPM-2 Student Scales

Let me know what you think of the Student Scales Online. Any feedback is appreciated.

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