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This blog post from edutopia offers a baker's dozen of activities teachers can employ to help students learn SEL skills.
USC Rossier School of Education offers a guide teachers can use to develop SEL lesson plans for classroom use.
This website shares ways technology can be used to support SEL activities.
A brief on research related to SEL and its impact in education.
This report from the World Economic Forum explains the importance of SEL in 21st century education.
In this TEDx video, Trish Shaffer discusses the practice and value of social and emotional learning.
Tom Lehrer once said, “If people can’t communicate, the least they can do is shut-up!” Would that it were so simple. In today’s global melting pot, it’s more important than ever that adults and students master and employ skills that enable them to succeed beyond academics. The concept of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is not new, but there is growing interest in this framework. Watch this recorded webinar to learn more about the five SEL competencies and technology-supported strategies educators and students can use to develop healthier, more productive learning environments. Presenter: Susan Brooks-Young
This 2016 blog post from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education provides just what it says: links to some key resources on digital literacy that include overviews, curriculum materials and assessment tools.
The spread of misinformation is nothing new, but websites and social media make it far easier to distribute and more difficult to detect. In this recorded webinar Susan Brooks-Young offers an overview of literacy skills today’s educators need, both personally and to help their students become more discriminating consumers of media.
A great selection of tools and resources from the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA), its legal partners, and others to help you navigate the uses and potential pitfalls of social media in your school site or district.