SEL Skills Search
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Congratulations! You’ve found it… A ready-to-go Social-Emotional Learning curriculum that builds emotional intelligence in students. Your Students NEED a Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum (like yesterday)! What Is “SEL” and Why Is It Important? Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), also known as Emotional Intelligence, is about understanding one’s self and others. It includes skills such as: Awareness of our…
Design is a funny word Free Trial: SOAR SEL Skills Curriculum Educators, parents, and students… this is your opportunity to try/preview the SOAR Study Skills curriculum. Check out sample lessons in the student app, along with some assessments. (Additional educator tools coming soon!) Whether you’re an educator purchasing for 500 students, or a parent helping…
The Top 10 skills identified by the World Economic Forum all involve social and emotional competence. And research shows that social and emotional skills and attitudes also contribute to the other skills such as critical thinking. To read the full report, click here.
Students who completed social-emotional learning interventions fared better than their peers who didn’t participate on a variety of indicators—including academic performance, social skills, and avoiding negative behaviors like drug use, finds the analysis, which examined follow-up data from dozens of published studies on specific interventions. To read the report, click here.
SEL interventions increased students’ academic performance by 11 percentile points, compared to students who did not participate in such SEL programs. Students participating in SEL programs also showed improved classroom behavior, an increased ability to manage stress and depression, and better attitudes about themselves, others, and school. To read the meta-analysis of 213 studies involving…
The average return on investment for six evidence-based programs is 11 to 1, meaning for every dollar invested there is an $11 return. Read the 2015 review from Columbia University.
More than two decades of research demonstrates that education promoting social and emotional learning (SEL) gets results. The findings come from multiple fields and sources, including student achievement, neuroscience, health, employment, psychology, classroom management, learning theory, economics, and the prevention of youth problem behaviors.
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