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Aug 11 2020

Revised SEL Integration Approach

Transforming Education’s revised SEL Integration Approach outlines five components critical to integrated social, emotional, and academic learning and helps educators answer the question, “How can we take an intentional approach, aligned with best practices in pedagogy, to helping students develop their social-emotional skills and mindsets?” The two-page Quick Reference Guide provides a conceptual understanding

Jan 27 2021

SEL in a Virtual World

When we were first hit by the pandemic, our team released a 2-page guide to resources that can support educators in integrating SEL in a virtual world. We have since revised our SEL Integration Approach and our related remote learning guide. As things remain unpredictable, inconsistent, and outside of an educator’s “circle of control”, the practices outlined here support educators in channeling their energy into tangible ways to be responsive in a complex time.

Oct 13 2020

School Leader & Educator Self-Reflection Tools

The SEL Integration Approach School Leader and Educator Self-Reflection Tools were created to support both individual and collaborative reflection for educators and school leaders. These tools are intended to be used in conjunction with Transforming Education’s SEL Integration Approach. The areas for reflection are aligned with the elements of the SEL Integration Approach (Cultivate, Examine, Teach, Model, Coach) and support

Jul 7 2020

SEL in a Virtual World

Best practices for integrating social-emotional learning are not limited to the physical confines of a school building. Research-supported strategies for promoting social-emotional development within the classroom setting can be translated to a virtual learning environment as well. At the start of COVID-19, we released a 2-pager to better equip educators with resources for SEL

May 22 2020

Promoting and Practicing SEL During Distance Learning

Ask anyone who has studied Bloom’s Taxonomy and they’ll tell you that just because students learn something once does not mean they have internalized that learning, can connect it to something else they know, or apply it to new situations. By “learning,” we refer to anything that children learn, like how to tie their shoes, multiply fractions, or recognize and label their emotions.

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