From the Foreword
“Teaching with the HEART in Mind is the profound, exemplary guiding light for social-emotional learning and teaching! It provides educators with what they have expressed is so critically needed both now and in the immediate future as we consider vital ways to truly educate all our students for high levels of learning for self-actualization and self-transcendence.”
Yvette Jackson, Ed.D.
Adjunct Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University
Senior Scholar, National Urban Alliance for Effective Education
Advance Praise for Teaching with the HEART in Mind
Linda Darling-Hammond, Ph.D.
President, Learning Policy Institute
Professor Emeritus, Stanford University
Roger Weissberg, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago
Chief Knowledge Officer, CASEL
Maurice Elias, Ph.D.
Director, Rutgers Social-Emotional and Character Development Lab
Chief Executive Officer
The Urban Assembly
Brian Perkins, Ph.D.
Director, Summer Principals Academy
Teachers College, Columbia University
David Osher, Ph.D.
Vice President and Institute Fellow
American Institute of Research (AIR)
HEART in Mind Videos
Lorea celebrates that Teaching with the HEART in Mind is out and available in all major book retailers by sharing 4 key messages from the book.
We can’t teach what we don’t practice
Lorea discusses why SEL is mostly about the adults, not the kids, and gives viewers a sneak peek into her new book’s content.
SEL is more than a curriculum
Lorea discusses why SEL is more than a curriculum and gives viewers a sneak peek into the 4 essential conditions for learning included in her new book.
SEL and equity working together
Lorea discusses why and how SEL needs to be centered in equity in order to meet its very purpose and help all students thrive.
The HEART in Mind Model
Lorea discusses why educators need a framework to effectively teach SEL and unveils the 5 skills behind the HEART in Mind model