The field of social-emotional learning (SEL) is complex — encompassing a vast range of non-academic skills that are increasingly considered essential to student success but are nonetheless loosely defined. Even the term “SEL” is murky. It describes efforts to support students’ capacity to direct their thoughts, feelings, and actions in ways that help them succeed, but it gets applied to everything from bullying prevention in high school to self-control in preschool.
A new digital hub launched today by a research team at the Harvard Graduate School of Education seeks to provide clarity and practical tools to decision-makers working to address their schools’ and districts’ particular needs……….………………
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