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Leveraging Games for Social and Emotional Learning

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While much uncertainty surrounds how and when school will reopen, we know that social and emotional learning will be critical to re-engaging students, supporting adults, rebuilding relationships, and creating a foundation for academic learning. Join Matthew Farber as he shares the importance of leveraging games for SEL as well as its impact on school climate and building happier classrooms. You will also walk away with a variety of free resources, including digital tools and games to assist with SEL skill-building.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Diversity & SEL, Game-based Learning
Tags: addressing learning loss, digital tools, free resources, game based learning, sel

Reviews (37)

Very informative
Thank you.
Full Member
I think understanding the social and emotional aspect of gaming and gearing towards our classrooms is so important. As much as we need a check out sometimes, so do the kids. However, we can do it in a fun way that engages them. This was great!
I love the idea of using games as a vehicle for teaching SEL
Full Member
Good in context of the pandemic!
Interesting information!
Basic Member
Terrific!!! Games and AI are the best and easiest way to assist our very diverse kids when we are only one teacher amongst 100 children! They all become immersed when it's a game! I love it!!! AND are willing to ask friends for help!
Basic Member
Games are a good way to connect with children and spark conversations that can lead to great communication between students and their teachers. Good presenttion.
Basic Member
Helpful- Thanks
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