In a recent article in Phi Delta Kappan, Rebecca Bailey, Laura Stickle, Gretchen Brion-Meisels, and Stephanie Jones propose a new approach to SEL in schools and in out-of-school setting that is developmental, flexible, and responsive to local needs, and provide a program utilizing this approach.
Consistency is crucial when it comes to building social and emotional skills. But what can school and families to do to successfully build these skills across settings? Learn more from Usable Knowledge.
EASEL Lab Director, Stephanie Jones participated in a recent policy roundtable discussion on social and emotional learning in crisis-affected contexts. Learn more about what practitioners, researchers, and policymakers discussed.
Learn about the efforts of the Aspen Institute National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development to invite members of the public to share their input on SEL efforts in this article from Education Drive.
Using research from a range of disciplines, Stephanie Jones and Jennifer Kahn of the EASEL Lab describe the urgency needed in integrating social and emotional learning development into K-12 education in this article from American Educator.
In this brief from the Washington Educational Research Association, the Council of Distinguished Scientists of the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development releases a consensus statement on the importance of healthy social and emotional development in children.