This article shares the results of a report issues by the Aspen Institute Panel that focuses on practices that support students' social, emotional and academic development. The report suggests that schools should be designed to fit our kids rather than trying change our kids to fit the mold of our schools.Source:
Linda Jacobson, Education DIVE, March 13, 2018Description:
"Social-emotional learning (SEL) can help all students achieve — not just those who have experienced trauma or have behavior issues. SEL also creates a school culture that is “inclusive of and responsive to” diversity. Those are among the statements made Monday by a panel of educators as part of the Aspen Institute's National Commission on Social, Emotional and Academic Development."Read the full article here!