This article, written by Elizabeth Foster of "Learning Forward" talks about the importance of social-emotional learning as an element in differentiating instruction for each student, personalizing learning, and building a culturally responsible classroom.Source:
Elizabeth Foster, Ed Week, June 28, 2018Description:
"While social and emotional learning may seem like a new development to be studied and adopted, it isn't about adding one program or strategy. Rather, it's an approach to teaching and learning that spans grade levels and content areas -- one that has positive impact on students and therefore important implications for professional learning. Research shows the importance of infusing social and emotional learning into the daily work of schools (CASEL, 2018; Jones & Kahn, 2017)."Read the full article here!