Social Emotional Learning - Is It Part Of Your Plan?
This is a very interesting piece I found within EdSurge and I would like to know if and how you are using SEL your classrooms.
Here is a taste from the article:
"Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adjusts to his or her environment, adapts to change and, ultimately, how successful she or he will be in life. In fact, core development abilities such as conscientiousness, emotional stability, openness and agreeableness can be as or even more important than cognitive intelligence in determining future employment. Despite these competencies being related to consequential life outcomes, it can be challenging for educators to find effective ways to prioritize, teach and assess social and emotional skills."
Here is a link to the full article:
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