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SEL & Mindset

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is the deliberate commitment to including a framework of essential skills and dispositions that complement academics but historically have not been a part of curricular design. Learners acquire and effectively apply the skills necessary for self-regulation or managing and talking about emotions, forming relationships, setting goals and demonstrating empathy during their learning.

SEL & Mindset

Home Topics SEL & Mindset
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is the deliberate commitment to including a framework of essential skills and dispositions that complement academics but historically have not been a part of curricular design. Learners acquire and effectively apply the skills necessary for self-regulation or managing and talking about emotions, forming relationships, setting goals and demonstrating empathy during their learning.

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A New Vision for a New Administration: Whole-Child Development, Learning and Thriving

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We need whole-child design now more than ever. It is essential to keep neuroscience and development at the core of learning.

Guidance Gap: The Biggest Challenge We Face and How to Close It

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The dynamic employment market and expanding array of high school and postsecondary learning options make advisory services mission critical. A look at the growing guidance gap and why it's crucial we work to close it.

Asaf Bitton and Beth Rabbitt on the State of Health and the Parabola Project

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark sits down with Asaf Bitton of Ariadne Labs and Beth Rabbitt of The Learning Accelerator to discuss The Parabola Project, an initiative to support education leaders by providing tools and strategies for minimizing health risks and maximizing learning.

‘Imagine Project’ Turns Trauma into Strength, Empathy and Sense of Community

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The Imagine Project is a seven-step journaling process that provides young people a simple way to express their stress and/or trauma, as well as be encouraged to imagine a new story for themselves.

How Students are Strengthening Life Skills During School Closures

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By: Holly Wright. Educators across the country are doing all they can to ensure students are supported socially, emotionally, mentally, and physically. During this unconventional school year, we have an opportunity to strengthen and foster critical skills students will need in and beyond the classroom.

Teacher Care: Apps and Ideas for Finding Balance

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares apps and ideas for teachers to focus on self-care and mindfulness.

COVID’s Impact On How Students Serve Others

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By: Michele Pitman. The pandemic has catapulted public and private schools and districts to adapt their service programs this year and change the way students serve.

New Arts Integration Efforts Address Healing-Centered Engagement, Transformative Agency

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There is a new merging of the arts with trauma-informed pedagogy, social justice and culturally-responsive teaching as a means to increase healing-centered engagement and transformative agency.

New Film Addresses Mental Health By Challenging Us To ‘Listen’ To Our Youth Voice

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Michael discusses a new groundbreaking film being screened by local schools and community groups. It is intended to provoke a critical conversation and make it easier to talk about mental health.

ACT’s Next Act: Mosaic

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Mosaic by ACT features an integrated suite of learning tools and marks continued organizational transformation.

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