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Social Emotional Learning: Yes, It Matters. What Do We Do Next?
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is no longer a new concept in education. Research has established what’s long been common sense: Students who have practiced interpersonal skills, responsible decision making and self-regulation are better able to achieve academically both in the short and the long-term—and will ultimately be more successful in future careers.
The challenge with SEL is not why, it’s how.
How do we support teachers in finding the time to implement formal SEL programs? How do we decide which SEL skills to focus on, and how do we then teach these skills? Even more challenging – how do we assess them? How do we create school cultures that enhance and empower social education? How do we engage families and caregivers in this work?
Join the conversation as our expert panel discusses practical ways to implement SEL in our districts, schools and classrooms.