We’ve long understood that the development of social-emotional skills in early childhood can affect many aspects of our adulthood, from public health and safety to economic mobility to personal happiness. Could “non-cognitive” skills developed in early childhood, like empathy or self-control, predict civic engagement later in life? Specifically, could participation in social-emotional learning (SEL) programs at school lead to more voting after kids turn 18? Read more.
SEL STRATEGIES TO ENCOURAGE CAMERA USE If you want to incorporate social and emotional learning (SEL) strategies to prompt camera use among your students, start