Social Emotional Learning, or S.E.L., has always been important in the classroom. However, it is becoming more explicitly taught in recent years. As primary teachers, we have probably already been doing many things to foster and encourage SEL elements. We create a warm, inclusive environment intuitively. We help students learn routines that are essential in a group learning environment. We help students navigate peer conflict that may arise.
How can we take this even further by teaching more purposefully and creating [Read More…]