The SAEBRS Individual Report offers an at-a-glance view of student behavior in three categories: Social, Academic, and Emotional. While both teacher and student ratings are displayed on the graph, only the teacher’s scores contribute to the overall score.
Pink icons on the graph show where the teacher rated the student. Blue icons show where the student rated themselves. When the teacher and student give the same rating, only the pink symbol is shown.The blue line can indicate a discrepancy between teacher and student ratings, but it can also mean that only the student has taken the assessment.
Note: Only the student is able to score Social Acceptability. If the student did not take the assessment there will be no symbol there.
1. The sub-test areas that the assessment addresses are angled and located at the bottom of the graph.
Note: An asterisk next to an item indicates it uses an inverted scoring scale.
2. The inverted scoring scale ratings are on the right side of the graph. These ratings correspond to areas where a negative responses are favored. For example: "I never do that." vs "I often do that."
3. Student scores are color coded to indicate their percentile ranking relative to other students in the same grade at the same school. There may or may not be a risk indicator next to the score.
4. Students whose number lines fall in the white area are at low risk for developing behavioral problems.
5. Students whose number lines fall into the light or dark pink areas may be at Some or High Risk respectively and might benefit from some level of intervention to improve their performance in the affected areas.
The report’s legend clarifies symbols and rankings.