You’re likely familiar with the benefits social and emotional learning (SEL) has on student relationships and well-being, but did you know the impacts reach far beyond the “soft skills” SEL is known for developing?
Aperture Education’s Manager of Partnership Specialists Beth Sims shares key findings from pivotal research that shows:
- The impact SEL has on academics and student engagement
- How social and emotional competence is a stronger indicator of student success than IQ
- How SEL can be used to prevent behavioral infractions and promote positive student conduct
- The return on investment of SEL is 11:1, and what that means