Dr. Abram Jimenez, vice president of Illuminate Education, urges schools that have been on the fence about social-emotional learning (SEL) to begin incorporating it into their curriculum.Source:
Amelia Harper, Education DIVE, August 20, 2018Description:
"Some school districts see social-emotional learning as another thing to teach, placing more responsibility on teachers and administrators who are already overwhelmed with the need to raise academic outcomes. However, SEL is more of an approach to learning and can easily be embedded across the curriculum to facilitate collaboration, teamwork, and respect for the ideas of others. It is also easily incorporated into play time when a lack of social and emotional skills is often most evident." Read the full article here!