With all of the recent focus on college and career-readiness, some educators are feeling that they are being diverted away from fostering social and emotional learning in students. The fact is, however, social and emotional learning, or SEL, is critical for student success in the 21st century. In this month’s issue brief, we explore various resources, research reports, and ideas related to the development of social and emotional learning in our students.
How can educators foster social and emotional learning while still meeting the rigor of college and career readiness standards? Can student attainment of SEL be measured? Should it? What resources do you find most valuable in promoting these skills? Please respond to our call for commentary. We’d love to hear from you!
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