Social and emotional learning, or SEL, programs have flourished in schools during the last decade. In this course the instructor (Emily Price) introduces you to the history and framings of social and emotional learning preK-12 curricula, as well as various elementary, middle, and high school SEL programs and associated research.
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SEL FOR STUDENTS: A PATH TO SOCIAL EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING からの人気レビュー
This course provided insight in to the reasons social emotional learning is vital for students' success in life, and provided many data points to support SEL as an academic positive, as well.
Provides a good overview of SEL in both elementary and middle/high school contexts.
Very good resources and organised sessions. It is highly recommended for people working with children and adolescents. I enjoyed doing the course during
Extremely important information and research to support having SEL program in all schools.
The Teacher and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)専門講座について
Social and emotional learning, or SEL, programs have flourished in schools during the last decade. These programs vary widely but most share a concern for five individual, student competencies: self awareness; self-management; social awareness; relationship skills; and finally responsible decision making. It is important for teachers and parents to know about and understand these programs. While lots of SEL programs emphasize K-12 student social and emotional learning, only a very few programs exist to promote, and help teachers explore their own emotional well-being. In this Specialization our central premise is this: