The discussion focused on social-emotional wellbeing assessment, its usefulness and how to integrate the assessment into various programs. The panel also shed light on the design principles for co-creating social-emotional learning assessments and shared insights on developing culturally responsive assessments.

Angana Das
(Dream a Dream)
Dr Sreehari Ravindranath
(Dream a Dream)
Dr Sweta Bhusan
(Dream a Dream)

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