[Webinar] How Social Emotional Learning Effects School Culture
Originally aired November 16, 2017
Social emotional learning benefits students in both the short and long term. It has been linked to improving academic achievement, classroom behavior, and mental health. Students are better able to manage their emotions, communicate effectively and empathize with others. All of these components lead to a healthier school culture where effective teaching and learning can occur.
Join Caitlin Daly, Move This World’s Education Consultant, as she discusses:
- Best practices for selecting and implementing a social emotional learning program
- Move This World’s social emotional program, curriculum and objectives
- Reflections and impact data from Move This World partner schools