In Depth Outcomes Data King County

Indicators

An “indicator” is what we measure to see if students actually learned something about managing stress.  An indicator is a quantifiable measure.

SMART Indicators:  after taking the class, does the student have:

A better understanding of stress?  [learn more about what we teach >>]
A better ability to recognize their personal, early warning signs of stress? [learn more about what we teach >>]
New ideas about healthy, positive coping techniques to manage stress? [learn more about what we teach >>]
A better understanding of the difference between worrying vs. problem solving? [learn more about what we teach >>]

Change data

How much did the students learn?  At the end of the class we ask them to rate their knowledge of the subject before they took the SMART workshop and after the workshop.

The difference between the two numbers is the % change.

Change becomes statistically significant at 10%, so that’s our benchmark for success.

Garfield
Better Understanding of Stress: 23%
Better Recognize Warning Signs of stress: 19%
New Ideas about coping: 22%
Better understanding of worrying vs. problem solving: 19%

Raisbeck Aviation
Better Understanding of Stress: 19%
Better Recognize Warning Signs of stress: 15%
New Ideas about coping: 16%
Better understanding of worrying vs. problem solving: 17%

Shorecrest
Better Understanding of Stress: 23%
Better Recognize Warning Signs of stress: 22%
New Ideas about coping: 21%
Better understanding of worrying vs. problem solving: 18%

Shorewood
Better Understanding of Stress: 24%
Better Recognize Warning Signs of stress: 22%
New Ideas about coping: 22%
Better understanding of worrying vs. problem solving: 20%

Achievement Rate

How many students hit the benchmark for change data?

Parent Trust aims for a minimum of 60% of the students hitting at least a 10% change in knowledge and skills.  All schools exceeded our benchmark.

Garfield Achievement
Raisbeck achievement
Shorecrest Achievement
Shorewood Achievement