By Emily Liebtag - SEL does not have to be separate from academic learning, but can be part of personalized standards-based instruction.
Middle schoolers need social belonging and motivation. Match learning environments with their developmental and psychological needs and give them a voice.
Jump-start your school year by making the connections between social-emotional skills and academics and the benefits of those connections.
This year, I hosted a webinar for Book Creator with SEL projects and created a free ebook, "10 Book Creator Projects to Support Social-Emotional Learning."
Teaching kindness is a staple of elementary practice, but that isn’t the same as teaching justice.
The Connections Model has launched the KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum, a proactive social-emotional learning (SEL) program that helps teachers provide direct instruction on the essential ...
Social-emotional learning shouldn’t be relegated to a distinct unit or stand-alone curriculum. Here’s how to infuse it throughout the day.
By Linda Ryden - Mindfulness is having a moment right now and more and more schools are beginning to catch on. Linda shares her experience as peace teacher.
At Purdue Polytechnic High School, students tackle design challenges with industry partners and graduates are guaranteed admission to Purdue University.
By: Rachelle Dene Poth. It is vital to stay informed of emerging trends. These future of learning ideas can help you stay informed and build the skills needed in 2030.
These websites, apps, and platforms will help a child feel safe and promote their well-being.
Catapult Learning will provide PD for special education teachers within the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity. Edsby is building a data platform for 800,000 students in New ...
We should have one nimble education system that serves all students, writes Colorado educator Steve Sandoval.
In a closely watched experiment, students in California are being tested on their social-emotional skills; the results will be used to rate schools.
By Felicia Williams Reading, writing, arithmetic, science, and social studies – those are the go-to classes for most students, but what about social and emotional learning? How, and where, ...
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As I look at the landscape of education, particularly social-emotional learning, I agree with my colleagues David Griffith and Sean Slade from ASCD. We have made good progress with whole ...