Essentials of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) The Complete Guide for Schools and Practitioners

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Edition: 1st
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Pub. Date: 2021-11-09
Publisher(s): Wiley
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Summary

It will be a comprehensive approach or guide to SEL. Beginning with an emphasis on SEL as a vital and necessary component in the education and development of children and adolescents, it will be followed by a thorough review of the issues associated with understanding what it is, challenges associated with designing, implementing, and monitoring a school wide approach, and key components that impact sustainable changes. The vision for the book includes chapters that address prevalent issues in the research, how to address the challenges and barriers associated with integrating SEL into everyday aspects of the curriculum and learning routines, and strategies for engaging students through relationships, instructing students in core skills, and facilitating social acceptance among different groups of students.  Other chapters will need to discuss the importance of implementing SEL from a social justice perspective and how it can be incorporated into restorative discipline practices, as well as strategies for teaching social responsibility.

Author Biography

Donna Black is an Assessment Consultant for Western Psychological Services (WPS) and an instructor for the Academy for Social-Emotional Learning in Schools. She currently serves as President for the Social-Emotional Learning Alliance for Texas (SEL4TX) and has been promoting and advancing SEL in schools for more than sixteen years. Her leadership of a state-level project for the Texas Education Agency culminated in a state model for social-emotional wellness in schools. Donna has spent more than 30 years in education as a specialist in school psychology and has been appointed twice to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. 

Table of Contents

Table of Contents 

Preface/Foreward
Acknowledgements 
Introduction 

Section l: Emergence of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) as a World Phenomenon
Chapter 1- Defining SEL and the Critical Areas of Competence 
Chapter 2- Historical Influences on the Emergence of SEL
Chapter 3- Emotional Intelligence and its Role in SEL 

Section ll: SEL- The Missing Link in Education 
Chapter 4- Current Challenges in Education 
Chapter 5- Evidence Support for SEL 
Chapter 6- Making the Case for SEL 

Section lll: SEL as a Sustainable Framework for Success 
Chapter 7- Getting Started: A Multi-Phased Approach to Whole School Implementation of SEL 
Chapter 8- Tools, Templates and Checklists 
Chapter 9- Aligning SEL Assessment with Instruction and Curriculum 
Chapter 10- SEL: A Roadmap for a World at Hope 

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