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REPORT: TEACHERS SPEAK OUT ON STUDENTS’ SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING



What is it?

At the end of January 2021, the Inverness Institute surveyed California Teacher Consultant Response Network members to ask them about their experiences as they adapted to serve their students during the pandemic. One hundred twenty-one teachers completed the initial survey of 25 questions, providing a rich data set of survey responses and thoughtful comments.

Who is it for?

This report is for instructors and educators who want to have a better understanding of students' social and emotional well being.

What can it do?

Summary: What the survey results say:
  • Almost half (46%) of teachers report that distance learning is not effective in meeting students’ social and emotional needs
  • A large majority of the teachers (65%) report that a substantial number of their students are in significant danger of suffering long-term mental health issues.
  • The teachers also report that their colleagues are even more worried and believe that nearly all of their students are in danger of suffering long-term mental health issues
  • Nearly all of these teachers reported that barriers to effective teaching and learning included the social isolation of students, the emotional trauma of students and families and the upheaval caused by economic and social distress






The Inverness Institute. (2021). Teacher survey project: Teachers speak out on students’social and emotional well-being. EdSource. Retreived from https://edsource.org/2021/spotlight-2-students-social-and-emotional-wellbeing/649021