Social and emotional learning, or SEL, programs have flourished in schools during the last decade. In this course the instructors (Emily Price and Ben Kirshner) introduce and help you examine community based and youth-empowerment approaches to social and emotional learning. Some of these approaches address the impact of social and political systems, such as immigration and structural racism, on children’s social and emotional experiences.
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Thank you for this course... it is one of the best courses that i did.
Very interesting applications to marginalized population contexts
Well detailed and explained. I enjoyed the interviews and the reading material. Thank you
Eye-opening content regarding biases, cultural difference and racism. An interactive course that really makes you reevaluate your teaching.
關於 The Teacher and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) 專項課程
Social and emotional learning, or SEL, programs have flourished in schools during the last decade. These programs vary widely but most share a concern for five individual, student competencies: self awareness; self-management; social awareness; relationship skills; and finally responsible decision making. It is important for teachers and parents to know about and understand these programs. While lots of SEL programs emphasize K-12 student social and emotional learning, only a very few programs exist to promote, and help teachers explore their own emotional well-being. In this Specialization our central premise is this: