3C will turn your survey questions into engaging online assessments. Based on user responses, branching technology personalizes the assessment real-time. This customization allows users to focus on topics relevant to their specific needs or situation.
Back-end analysis of user responses provides real-time data results and generates a recommended plan of action. Users can then track their progress on selected goals.
With funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Center for School Mental Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine partnered with 3C Institute to develop a web-based portal that helps schools and districts assess and improve their comprehensive school mental health systems.
The School Health and Performance Evaluation System, or the SHAPE System, is a free resource that helps educators measure the quality and sustainability of their mental health programs as well as their level of trauma responsiveness. The data collection informs planning and implementation of school-wide mental health services.
In response to calls for more efficient and effective testing in schools, 3C Institute has partnered with the Ivymount School, Inc., to develop the Ivymount Social Cognition Instructional Package (IvySCIP), a platform for practitioners to assess the social and emotional learning needs of elementary students diagnosed with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder.
Funded by the Small Business Innovation Research program at the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences, IvySCIP assesses five key social competencies: self-knowledge and self-advocacy, social interaction, emotional regulation, executive skills and problem solving, and self-care. Reports generated from the assessment help educators prioritize instruction, develop Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs), and track student progress toward meeting goals.