Learner Self-Esteem - Assessment and Action

Updated July 2018 - Electronic self-marking version added

A set of resources and a CPD session to help plan and evaluate the mentoring of students who experience a lack of confidence and resilience in the classroom - students who are often disengaged, not tending to disrupt lessons but not tending to get fully involved either.

There have been questions about the art quiz - basically, this can be given out before the CPD session and staff then guess the words of art as you go through the session. It is designed to try get staff to reflect on how we have natural interests / strengths - we all have peaks and troughs in our self-esteem, according to the subject. Art is a classic example of this but it really extends to all aspects of learning.

I have added the electronic version - as marking lots of these in one go is quite burdensome! All you need to do is hide columns D & E and re-save it under each student’s name. They can then fill them in and from there you just take the score off, rather than having to mark and score it.

To maintain copyright, the presentation is made available as read only powerpoint (click the ‘read only’ option on opening) or as a PDF. --> For more: www.HumansNotRobots.co.uk


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  • 1.-Learner-Self-Esteem---Quick-Guide-to-Assessment---Planning-Mentoring.pdf
  • 1.-Learner-Self-Esteem---Quick-Guide-to-Assessment---Planning-Mentoring.ppt
  • 2.-Learner-Self-Esteem-Questionnaire.pdf
  • 3.-Learner-Self-Esteem-Questionnaire---Scoring.pdf
  • 4.-Learner-Self-Esteem-Tracker---Example.xlsx
  • 5.-Staff-Feedback-Form.docx
  • 6.-Planning-Mentoring.docx
  • 7.-Art-Quiz---optional-task--to-accompany-training-guide.doc
  • Youth-Resiliency-Model.jpg
  • Wave-Model-for-Further-Action-on-Self-Esteem.pptx
  • Learner-Self-Esteem-Questionnaire---Electronic-Version.xlsx

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Created: Apr 11, 2016

Updated: Dec 15, 2019


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