Implementing a SEL programme

Nuala Magee and Danny Perkins share their advice on selecting and implementing an existing social and emotional learning programme

THROUGH ROBUST EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE, social and emotional learning (SEL) has come to be recognised by educators and academics as an essential ingredient in the formula for successful preparation of pupils to succeed in school, and throughout life. Research now clearly demonstrates that SEL provides the foundation for improved social, health, behavioural and academic outcomes.

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Published

February 2010