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Screen Time Can Be Good: 3 Ways to Support Children’s Social Emotional Learning

Video is an extremely engaging medium for children, and research suggests that it may help promote social-emotional learning (SEL) in children. Given the ongoing debate ...
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How can we incorporate mental health education into schools? Consider the 5 T’s.

How can we incorporate mental health education into schools? Consider the 5 T’s.

Mental health is a critical part of students’ overall health and well-being. Students today face a range of demands that can impact their mental health ...
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Classroom Strategies: Build Equity into SEL Efforts

Want to build an equitable classroom? Start with social-emotional learning (SEL)

We expect teachers to handle a lot: create engaging learning experiences, differentiate instruction based on student needs, manage behavior, motivate students to learn, and tackle ...
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