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5 Strategies for Teaching SEL to Teenagers (Downloadable)

By Stephen Sawchuk — October 12, 2021 1 min read
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Developing social and emotional learning lessons for middle and high school students can be tricky. This downloadable has strategies for creating learning experiences that don’t come off to teens as preachy or patronizing, along with examples for how to use them.

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A version of this article appeared in the October 13, 2021 edition of Education Week as 5 SEL Strategies

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