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Teachers’ Voices on SEL

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is becoming a world-wide phenomenon.” These are the words of Dr. Elias and Dr. Hatzichristou in the latest issue of the International Journal of Emotional Education. It appears that SEL competencies are valued across countries and cultures, and more and more teachers and administrators are ready to teach these skills in schools. Great! AND we know that SEL programs and practices help students be more engaged, resilient and ready to learn. So… let’s do it! Read more

Addressing the Social and Emotional Needs of students in East Palo Alto (California)

In pursuit of my doctorate, I conducted an action-research project at EPACS, a high performing charter school in East Palo Alto (California). Six Seconds, The Emotional Intelligence Network, recently published a short article on my research. Check it out!

Addressing the social and emotional needs of students in East Palo Alto

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