Description: Best practices in SEL encourage teachers to avoid the use of objective assessments, and to instead monitor student growth through subjective methods such as journaling and writing prompts. The Writing Activity provides the perfect opportunity for teachers to do just that by presenting students with challenging what-if scenarios and relatable, real-life questions, and requiring them to carefully reflect, think critically, and apply the social emotional skills and strategies they’ve learned throughout the Qit in their answers.

Check out the Writing Activity from our fantastic FREE product, Qit 8: Being An Upstander, shown below.

etiQit Writing Activity Key Features

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