Peter Ji and Roger Weissberg explain how schools can successfully implement social and emotional learning programmes, and assess their progress with a specialist ‘toolkit’
SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL) programmes are designed to help pupils develop the competencies they need to manage their emotions, develop caring for others, make responsible decisions, establish positive relationships, and handle challenging situations effectively. Schools that effectively implement evidence-based SEL programmes do achieve successful outcomes.
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