"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.
This complimentary excerpt from Leading for Change Through Whole-School Social-Emotional Learning by Jennifer Rogers shines a light on some of the currently most relevant studies about social-emotional learning that you can discuss with stakeholders.
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.