This article describes two social-emotional learning programs – Good Behavior Game and Life Skills Training – as examples of evidence-based practices that promote student growth and development in SEL.Source:
Julio Sabrick, Education Week, October 25, 2018Description:
"Kids come to school with all kinds of stresses, trauma, sadness, and depression that put them at higher risk for not only academic failure, but also substance misuse and suicide. Most young people have not yet developed the capacity to handle these emotions which makes it difficult and--in severe cases--almost impossible for them to learn. Integrating programs throughout the school day that promote positive mental health and social and emotional development for students have been proven to strengthen students' resilience and academic outcomes."Read the full article here!