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Social-Emotional Learning (SEL): An Overview

An overview of Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and how to evaluate and promote SEL skills.

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Overview

You are likely aware that a child's social and emotional well-being plays an important role in his or her success, but do you know how big an impact it has? These webinars will provide an introduction to the Whole Child initiative and an explanation of SEL. In addition, they will cover how to evaluate and promote SEL skills, as well as provide suggestions for school-wide approaches. You will also discover how to teach and encourage empathy and other social skills.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Counseling, Learning Theories & Strategies

Contents

  • Social-Emotional Learning (SEL): An Overview
Introduction to the "Whole Child" Initiative and Social Emotional Learning
As an educator, you are likely aware that a child's social and emotional well-being plays an important role in his or her success, but do you know how big an impact it has?more...
Evaluating Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills
Strong Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills and a sense of resiliency can help students be more successful in school and endure tough times, but how can you easily identify and assess which students need more help in developing these skills?more...
Promoting Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills: Helping Your Students Succeed
A child who develops good Social and Emotional Learning Skills (SEL) is more likely to better manage emotions, make responsible decisions, and be more successful in school and in life.more...
School Wide Approaches to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
When a school adopts a school-wide approach to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and developing resiliency, it helps to ensure the success of all students.more...
Encouraging Empathy: Do's and Don'ts for Teaching Cooperation and Care
Social skills are often assumed by many adults as something that children innately possess.more...

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