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Social emotional learning is broadly understood as a process through which people build awareness and skills in managing emotions, setting goals, establishing relationships and making responsible decisions, leading to
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING: ESSENTIAL FOR LEARNING, ESSENTIAL FOR LIFE Renée L. Rider, Associate Commissioner, Office of School Operations and Management Services Tyrone Martinez-Black, Policy and Practice Specialist, Collaborative for Academic, Social,
Integrate social emotional learning and trauma informed practices in the education system, teacher and principal preparation programs and professional learning. 2.
CASEL’s inclusion of the word “learning” in the term “social emotional learning” was purposeful and designed to reflect the fact that the acquisition of the skills and attitudes within the five competency domains is a process, and that schools are one of the primary places where this
the classroom.4 Social emotional learning is commonly defined as the processes through which students “acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve posi-
POST READING DISCUSSION Ask the following questions to the class: Why were the crayons complaining? Do you think the crayons had a right to complain?
PRE-READING ACTIVITY Show the front cover of the book. Discuss how sometimes, it’s hard to do something on your own and sometimes you need the help of others.