Blog:How Social Emotional Learning Programs Can Help Your Students


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Choosing the right social-emotional learning program for your students may seem overwhelming with the various options available. But there are criteria one should be aware of before choosing the right social-emotional learning program for your school.

 

Highly effective social-emotional learning programs develop students’ competence in Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, and Responsible Decision-Making. CASEL works to identify highly effective social-emotional learning programs using an increasingly rigorous evidence-based review process. The select schools that meet these criteria receive CASEL’s endorsement.

 

So, CASEL’s website is a great tool for those wanting to find a CASEL SELect program that matches the schools’ needs. From adverse childhood events (ACEs) to bullying, to positive and safe school cultures, there are SEL programs that are a perfect fit for your school.

 

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