This article covers a new report from the Rand Corporation that details 60 elementary, middle, and high school-level SEL programs that can meet ESSA's expectations for using an evidence-based intervention. The report also identifies positive outcomes such as reducing aggression, improving motivation, or addressing text anxiety that can result from the various practices.Source:
Linda Jacobson, Education DIVE, December 13, 2017Description:
"The 60 programs named in the report include some that are designed for specific age groups and some that can be implemented across elementary, middle and high schools. Many of the programs are branded curricula, such as Second Step
. But generic programs, such as yoga are also included....The authors also note that schools approach SEL in a variety of ways, such as using teaching practices taht promote positive relationships and integrating skills like persistence into academic instruction."Read the full article here!