11 Ways Schools Can—and Should—Involve Families in SEL Programming

This resource shares ways in which schools can get families involved to make the most of Social Emotional Learning programs in schools. By inviting families and educators to work together, schools can engage families in the social-emotional development of students and build on a school-wide SEL program to aid children through their day.

These easy to apply recommendations can be implemented by educators and parents to understand and amplify the ability to manage emotions, to empathize, and to collaborate in school and at home.

Source Organization: EdSurge

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