The Snapshot measures a student’s preferences, attitudes, and beliefs about their character. It does not measure their behavior. Finally, The Snapshot is designed solely to measure skills at a very specific moment in time — it is not meant to be a determinant of a child’s ability to develop a certain skill or skills.
The Snapshot results will show a student's results in each of the seven character skills as:
- Emerging - Compared to their peer group, the student's results fell below the 25th percentile. This doesn't mean that the student lacks the skill, but rather when choosing statements "most like themselves" they indicated a preference toward other skills.
- Developing - The students' results fell at or above the 25th percentile and below the 75th percentile.
- Demonstrating - The student's results fell at or above the 75th percentile.
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