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Invest in your students' ability to learn about their strengths
Invest in your students' ability to learn about their strengths

Use this strength-focused question list from The Social-Emotional Learning Playbook to ensure students are able to learn about their own individual strengths. 

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Emotional regulation continues with students
Emotional regulation continues with students

Emotional regulation for students begins with learning the names of emotions and matching those labels to how they are feeling; the zones of regualtion and the wheel of emotion in The Social-Emotional Learning Playbook can aid this process. 

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Podcast: Leading SEL by Modeling It With James Bailey & Randy Weiner
Podcast: Leading SEL by Modeling It With James Bailey & Randy Weiner

In this Leaders Coaching Leaders podcast episode, The Daily SEL Leader authors discuss how social-emotional learning is personal work, and school leaders have to be willing to engage in the work themselves before they can lead others in doing the work.

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Connecting SEL to Academic Outcomes
Connecting SEL to Academic Outcomes

"Skills that students develop in social and emotional learning—empathy, collaboration, and so on—are closely connected to standards in many academic subjects." Read the full article by Mauric Elias, author of The Other Side of the Report Card, on Edutopia. 

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SEL Skill Trajectory

The SEL Skill Trajectory from The Other Side of the Report Card details social-emotional learning (SEL) skill categories and subcategories, and the specific observational behaviors that compose each across the developmental trajectory. (K-12)

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Motivating and Accelerating Learning with Tutoring
Motivating and Accelerating Learning with Tutoring

How Tutoring Works authors John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey discuss six interrelated components of a highly effective tutoring program that emphasizes what learners need to know, understand, and be able to do—and places the social-emotional well-being of the learner in the center of each tutoring experience.

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Want Students to ‘Build a Better World?’ Try Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning
Want Students to ‘Build a Better World?’ Try Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning

What are the best ways you are incorporating social-emotional learning in your classroom and what are you doing to ensure that it is culturally responsive? Discover the answer in this article featuring Bill Adair, author of The Emotionally Connected Classroom.

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Podcast: The Imperative of SEL with John and Jessica Hannigan
Podcast: The Imperative of SEL with John and Jessica Hannigan

In this Leaders Coaching Leaders podcast episode, the authors of SEL From a Distance speak from their own experience about how important social-emotional learning (SEL) is for students, teachers, and school leaders.

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Adult SEL: Just Another Educational Initiative?
Adult SEL: Just Another Educational Initiative?

“Is this just another passing educational initiative?” Our answer: No! Michelle Trujillo discusses in this excerpt how this new social-emotional learning (SEL) framework emphasizes making SEL a "way of being"—not another thing to add to your To Do list.

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