Educators around the globe are seeing an increase in demand and attention to social and emotional learning (SEL) to create successful and equitable outcomes for young people. As a result, education leaders are grappling with what high-quality, systemic social and emotional learning looks like in schools, what the current research says, and what policies will best support students.
This monthly series of thought leadership webinars addresses ten key aspects of high-quality systemic SEL. Join CASEL and collaborators for insights on prioritizing academic, social, and emotional learning for all students across all school contexts
Recommended for: Education leaders and researchers at the state, district, and school levels.
UPCOMING SESSION DATES & TOPICS:
Part 9 — November 18
Demystifying Systemic Social & Emotional Learning: Family Partnerships
Part 10 — December 16
Demystifying Systemic Social & Emotional Learning: Community Partnerships
Not sure if you can attend live? Register for the whole series to receive the recordings for each one.
To view previous sessions in the Demystifying SEL webinar series, please visit https://casel.org/events/demystifying-systemic-social-and-emotional-learning-10-part-series/. Scroll down the page until you see the "Past Sessions" header.
Please note a change in CASEL's policy for live webinar engagement. We will not be offering a chat function during the live webinars. We strongly encourage you to submit questions ahead of time in the form below. As a live attendee, you will also have the opportunity to submit questions to our panelists during the webinar.
Support is provided by the Susan Crown Exchange.