This article focuses on how social emotional learning can be infused into academic learning through strategies such as peer interactions and reflective conversations. The article also suggests strategies that can be used in core subjects such as reading and math.Source:
Evie Blad, Education Week, May 5, 2017Description:
Social-emotional learning involves nurturing students’ interpersonal and behavioral skills through a variety of educational strategies. Around the country, more schools are experimenting with social-emotional learning, buoyed by research that correlates it with positive outcomes, like academic gains and reduced disciplinary incidents. Employers have also pointed to so-called “soft skills” as desirable traits for future employees.Read the full article here!