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How Can We Apply Social-Emotional Learning Strategies In The Classroom?

By Larry Ferlazzo — January 26, 2012 1 min read
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Glenda Robertson asks:

“What are some highly-effective must-do social-emotional learning strategies that we can immediately incorporate into our classroom culture?”

Social Emotional Learning is sometimes also referred to as “character education.” It’s been receiving more and more attention recently, both from researchers and practitioners.

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