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Report: Self-Assessing Social and Emotional Instruction and Competencies: A Tool for Teachers

Categories

LEARNING, student teacher relationships, INSTRUCTION, student centered planing, TEACHERS, community of practice, professional learning/professional development

Authors

Yoder, Nicholas

Published

February 2014

Publisher

Center on Great Teachers and Leaders

Abstract

The educational community is increasingly focused on the development of students’ social and
emotional learning (SEL) competencies and the link between SEL and improved educational
attainment and achievement. SEL is the process through which students develop the skills
necessary to recognize and manage emotions, build relationships, solve interpersonal problems,
and make effective and ethical decisions. The significance of SEL continues to grow in the
context of policy debates concerning school improvement and individual student achievement.

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