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As educators, we know the life-changing benefits of social and emotional learning (SEL) for all students, but instructional time is already full to the brim to make sure the pandemic learning loss is minimized. Being asked to add something more seems overwhelming. Learning experiences need to be planned for and targeted to the right students at the right time, especially SEL. By using a simple assessment of SEL skills, it is then easy to target the students for effective learning opportunities without adding to an educator’s workload.
In this edWeb podcast, educators Dr. Tammy Cruz, Faith Smith, and Kelli Helle explain and exemplify simple, time-efficient, practical ways of adding the targeted, explicit SEL skills teaching to lessons. They share their experiences of embedding SEL across the K-12 age range and offer solutions that support SEL across the curriculum. Listen to this session to:
This edWeb podcast is of interest to K-12 teachers, school leaders, administrators, school counselors, and school psychologists.