This EdSurge series consists of three articles focused on ways that social-emotional learning (SEL) strategies can help educators serving students with disabilities during remote teaching and learning. The authors explore ways in which SEL strategies can help reframe and address challenges in a remote learning environment in ways that will benefit all students now and after a return to in-person teaching. These approaches include the importance of nurturing relationships with students and families, creative ways to differentiate instruction, making sure solutions are student-centered, and focusing on lessons that support well being and address SEL. Each article looks at a challenge faced by educators of students who learn and think differently and offers a way to reframe it using SEL strategies:
These articles offer a thoughtful approach to planning that will benefit all students. It is an important read for leaders and teachers of any students.
Source Organization: EdSurge