Improve 4 Common Teaching Practices with SEL
SEL is a natural part of the learning process: how we feel can affect how we learn, and how we learn can affect how we feel. Many research studies have shown that SEL can improve academic achievement, increasing grades and attendance and reducing behavior incidents. But the school day is already jam-packed with learning requirements, assessment, and instruction, many educators worry about how to add SEL to an already busy schedule.
The good news is that SEL can easily be incorporated into core instruction. Here are some quick examples you can try with your students.
These are just a few ways to bring SEL into daily instruction. Check out our blog, Four Ideas to Integrate SEL into Your Core Curricula, for ideas on teaching SEL in core subjects like math and science.
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