Hope Survey Logic Model
Little attention has been paid to the ability of schools to encourage positive non-academic outcomes such as self-efficacy, optimism, and problem solving ability. All of those attributes impact traditional academic achievement and influence success and quality of life outside of school.
The Logic Model

The Hope Logic Model addresses these concerns with the use of the Hope Survey, which measures autonomy, belongingness, mastery goal orientation and academic press, all of which lead to engagement and hope. Hope is measured with the Hope Index, an assessment of generalized expectancy for achieving goals which contains two components; motivation for pursuing goals and ability to identify workable routes to goal attainment. The Hope Survey results can lead to continuous school improvement. The Hope Logic Model leads to greater engagement, higher achievement and higher hope in students.


"While standardized tests examine "what" a student know (and how well he takes tests), the Hope Survey reveals "why" a student is/is not successful, allowing educators to truly help students learn better."
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