Individual Child/Student Reports

Individualized Results.
After your child or student completes the 62-item SEEDS Assessment, we provide individual reports where you can visually see the areas of your child’s or student’s Social-Emotional Strength behaviors. You can see whether each of the 14 areas fall in the Below Average, Average, or Above Average range.

This can be used to understand your child’s specific areas of strengths (e.g., my child is strong at Communication Skills and Problem Solving), and also specific areas of weaknesses that may need more support and strengthening (e.g., my child needs more support in strengthening his Relaxation Skills and Assertiveness Skills).

Specific Recommendations.
On page 2 of the report, we also provide specific actions that can be taken to strengthen each Social-Emotional Strength area. Each of the 14 areas are also categorized into one of the three major areas of Cognitive Skills, Behavioral Skills, and Interpersonal Skills.

Learning about how to support your child in building his/her strengths in these areas will help her create a more productive, successful and happy life.

Teacher Reports

Classroom Results.
After your students completes the 62-item SEEDS Assessment, we provide summaries of each student’s scores regarding their Social-Emotional Strength behaviors. You can see visually see the pattern of strengths and weakness across the various Social-Emotional Strength behavior areas for your classroom. The blue cells represent Strength areas, and the Blue cells represent areas in need of strengthening.

On page 2, we also list the names of each student falling in the Low and High range for each skill area.

On page 2, we also show how your classroom compares to your entire school on average. For example, does your classroom have weaker or stronger Problem Solving Skills than the average class of your school?

This information can be used to understand your classroom students’ specific areas of strengths and weaknesses in need for further strengthening to support your students overall Social-Emotional development, well-being, and academic success.