April 8, 2020
Education Week, Vol. 39, Issue 29
Student Well-Being Data: How District Leaders, Principals, and Teachers View Social-Emotional Learning
National survey captures attitudes toward SEL and challenges to more widespread teaching of social-emotional skills in schools.
Professional Development The Success of Social-Emotional Learning Hinges on Teachers
Too often, teachers are asked to use SEL practices without enough training and ongoing support, tanking the effectiveness.
Student Well-Being Dos and Don'ts When Choosing Social-Emotional Learning Curricula
Some expert and real-world advice on selecting SEL curricula and programs to fit your district and school needs.
Student Well-Being What a Director of Social-Emotional Learning Does and Why It Matters
Setting districtwide priorities for SEL and supporting teachers is essential to ensuring consistency, says Atlanta’s director of social-emotional learning in this Q&A.
Equity & Diversity Striving for a High School Where No One Feels Alone
Many educators see social-emotional learning as best suited for early grades, but a Dallas high school is going against the grain to make teaching SEL skills a priority.
Student Well-Being How to Teach Social-Emotional Learning When Students Aren't in School
Experts offer tactics to teachers on how they can tend to students’ SEL development in this chaotic time.