REPORTS & STUDIES
June 8th, 2021
Inclusive Social Emotional Learning for Students with Disabilities
Introduction:Learning and developing as a student is about more than just memorizing facts, being able to read and write, or solving math problems. Research shows that students learn best when they actively engage with content and with others in positive and meaningful ways. Students must also grow in areas of social and emotional development. Social-emotional learning (SEL), is the process through which students learn to cope with feelings, set goals, make decisions, and get along with — and feel empathy for — others. SEL is an embedded part of a whole child education, which is an approach that prioritizes the full scope of a child’s needs.
- Inclusive Social Emotional Learning for Students with Disabilities
- 7 Principles for Serving Students with Disabilities & Intersectional Identities through Social Emotional Learning Approaches
- SEL Parent Advocacy Toolkit
- An Urgent Imperative for States
- Case Study: Genesee Community Charter School
- Case Study: The GALS Denver Middle School
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