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Are The Kids Alright? The Impact of Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Are The Kids Alright? The Impact of Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Update: 2021-03-23
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Initially, we set out to talk about Social Emotional Learning (SEL) at a time when millions of kids have been home, attending school online and missing out on valuable time with their peers. But we quickly realized COVID is far from the only thing kids and educators are grappling with—racial inequity, trauma, isolation, social unrest, and overworked parents are a significant part of the equation.

In this episode we talk with Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, Linda Lantieri, Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) specialist, Amber Pleasant and early career High School teacher, Ben Chase— three people actively involved with implementing and evaluating SEL in the classroom.

For full episode bios, transcripts and links to resources referenced in today's episode visit our episode notes on our website here.

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Are The Kids Alright? The Impact of Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Are The Kids Alright? The Impact of Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Key Step Media, Daniel Goleman, Hanuman Goleman, Elizabeth Solomon, Gabriela Acosta, Linda Lantieri, Amber Pleasant, Ben Chase