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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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Spring Into New Opportunities for SEL

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. Rachelle shares seven tools for promoting SEL in any classroom.

Your “Passion” Probably Isn’t Your Passion

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By: Aaryan Harshith. If there’s one thing that matters in life, it’s what you are passionate about. But, is that right?

School Superintendents Advocate for Whole Child Development

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A recent new report was launched by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, making the move towards holistic learning.

Safety Loss: Using the Social Engagement System to Find ‘Felt Safety’

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By: K. Munger & M. Marcus. Providing experiences of emotional safety and support for both educators and students is crucial to restore safety and catalyze learning in the wake of Covid-19.

Helping Teachers Prioritize Social Emotional Learning

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By:  JoJuan Armour. JoJuan shares three approaches to support teachers and allow them to prioritize their own social emotional wellness.

Perfection vs Improvement: The Problem With Expecting Student Perfection

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By: Jane Mueller. The quest for perfection is linked to burnout, anxiety, and stress. Jane shares how the world’s greatest achievers pursue improvement over perfection and what you can do to foster a similar mindset within the classroom.

Kelley Munger and Megan Marcus on SEL for Teachers

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Rebecca Midles sits down with Kelley Munger and Megan Marcus to chat about SEL professional learning.

Phoenix Charter Academy on The Primary Person Advisory Model

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast Rashawn “Shawnee” Caruthers talks with two educators from Phoenix Charter Academy about their Primary Person model.

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.

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