This article looks at the implementation of social-emotional learning programs and what elements lead to success. These include buy-in by all constituencies as well as central office support for the initiative. The use of RULER in a NYC school provides an example of how this can be done.Source:
Christine Vercelletto, Education DIVE, July 19, 2018Description:
"Although social-emotional learning (SEL), sometimes called character education, is being embraced by school leaders, only 40% of principals reported having a clear plan for implementing it, according to a recent survey conducted by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), in collaboration with Hart Research Associates."Read the full article here!