EduGuide provides lesson-based and organizational approaches to SEL. It includes programming for grades 4-12 and demonstrates evidence of effectiveness at grades 5-7. Additionally, the lesson-based portion of EduGuide is facilitated largely online with guidance for bringings topics from lessons into classroom discussion. Translated materials are available in Arabic, Burmese, Chinese, French, German, Nepali, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese.
Strategies supporting educational equity
EduGuide offers strategies for understanding context. This includes teachers reviewing and responding to student reflections about their lived experiences weekly. Additionally, the program includes guidance for professional learning conversations amongst staff for integrating learnings from these reflections into classroom instruction.
- SEL lessons
- Instructional practices
- Relationship building
- SEL generalization
- Shared agreements
- Student voice
- Systemic support for SEL
- Adult SEL
- Group structures
- Student Voice
- Community partnerships
- Activities and Resources for Home
- Onsite in-person training
- Virtual training
- Offsite training
- Train the trainer model
- Administrator support
- Technical assistance
- Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
- Online resource library
- Self-report tools for monitoring implementation
- Observational tools
- Tools for measuring student success
Evidence of effectiveness
Results from a quasi-experimental (QE) evaluation conducted in the 2018-2019 academic year (unpublished report from 2020) supported the effectiveness of EduGuide for middle school students. This evaluation included 1,018 grade 6 and 7 students enrolled in an urban school in the US West region (Hispanic = 90%; 100% of students were eligible for FRPL). This evaluation found that grade 6 students receiving instruction using EduGuide showed significant reduction in class disruption compared to the control group (outcomes reported approximately 52 weeks after baseline, while controlling for a host of covariates). Additionally, grade 7 students receiving instruction using EduGuide showed significant reduction in class disruption and incidences of hitting compared to the control group over the same period.
Results from a quasi-experimental (QE) evaluation conducted in the 2018-2019 academic year (unpublished report from 2020) supported the effectiveness of EduGuide for elementary students. This evaluation included 159 grade 5 students enrolled in suburban charter schools in the US Southwest region (Hispanic = 99%; 89% of the student body at participating schools were eligible for FRPL). This evaluation found that students receiving instruction using EduGuide showed significantly greater growth in standardized mathematics test scores compared to the control group (outcomes reported approximately 52 weeks after baseline, while controlling for a host of covariates).
- Hispanic / Latinx
- Low income
- Eligible for FRPL: 89%
- Improved academic performance
- Reduced emotional distress
- Improved identity development and agency
- Reduced problem behaviors
- Improved school climate
- Improved school connectedness
- Improved social behaviors
- Improved teaching practices
- Improved other SEL skills and attitiudes
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- Accepted by CASEL
Medhanie & Stezala (2020). An Evaluation of EduGuide as a Multi-Tiered Positive Behavioral Intervention to Decrease Office Discipline Referrals. Unpublished report.
Medhanie & Stezala (2020). Evaluation of EduGuide as an SEL Path to STEM and College and Career Readiness. Unpublished report.
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