According to recent research from Glimpse K12, a whopping 67% of educational software licenses went unused last year. That accounts for an estimated $5 billion in funding!
The process to find, approve, and fund high-quality resources for schools is difficult enough, but when those resources go unused everyone loses. Intentionally generating buy-in from all stakeholders can help ensure that resources get in front of students and are used with fidelity.
In this special SEL Day webinar, we’ll speak with Mindy Chevalier, Assistant Principal from Belle Plaine High School in Minnesota and Megan Daly, SEL Wellness Coach from Oquirrh Elementary School in Utah, who have implemented school-wide SEL initiatives. They'll share strategies they used to generate buy-in from all community members, as well as obstacles they had to overcome and tips for getting started in your school.
1. Hear directly from school leaders that have implemented SEL in their school communities.
2. Discover strategies to generate buy-in for SEL from all community members.
3. Access resources to help you get started generating buy-in for SEL in your school.
About SEL Day:
The Urban Assembly and SEL4US are proud to announce that Friday, March 27, 2020 will be the inaugural International SEL Day. This new initiative aims to create an annual global campaign to recognize the immense value of social and emotional learning (SEL), and support the implementation of SEL in schools and communities around the world. On SEL Day, officials, educators, and community groups are encouraged to create activities and events that raise awareness for SEL by demonstrating its importance to the academic and social development of young people across the globe.