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Social Emotional Growth and Learning

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The Process of Understanding a Student's Strengths and Challenges The Place of Social Emotional Growth and Learning.


If we look at the many references for Individual Differences noted so far, we see that there are several that COULD address social/emotional growth and learning.  For example:




Problem Solving


And Also





But to really understand social/emotional growth and learning, we need resources that make SEL the Focus.  The best source I know of is CASEL.  This Resource has 4 categories of information:  Check out the following link:s


The Frame series Framing the way we work on SEL 


The Describe series  Descriptions and Ratings of Common SEL Frameworks  Coming in March 2019



The Compare series  Comparing different frameworks 


The Learn series  Learning about issues in SEL

.      ·         Read Keeping SEL Developmental: The Importance of a Developmental Lens for Fostering and Assessing SEL Competencies and brief summary





The Importance of Social Emotional Learning




The Measuring SEL Series of Frameworks Briefs

The Establishing Practical Social-Emotional Competence Assessments of Preschool to High School Students

project as guided by the Assessment Work Group (AWG) is dedicated to helping advance the effective use of data to inspire practice in SEL. In deciding how the AWG could best contribute to advancing the field and complement rather than compete with other efforts underway to address the challenges of multiple frameworks and inconsistent use of language, the AWG Frameworks Subgroup, led by Stephanie Jones and Roger Weissberg, developed four series of briefs designed for practitioners. Each series and each brief in the series is designed to help advance how people think about the issues and make reason­able choices that work best for them and their context. We hope they provide a set of “building blocks” that systems and practitioners can use to advance and improve their SEL efforts. Learn more at    https://measuringsel.casel.org


Descriptive Series

Comparative Series

Special Issues Series

Introductory Series

These briefs each describe an individual framework currently in use. They are intended to illustrate how frameworks can be analyzed and help practitioners learn to evaluate frameworks on the types of criteria that matter most in their settings. (The briefs are not an endorsement of these frameworks.)


These briefs are about what frameworks are, how they are useful, the challenges and opportunities they present in practice, and defining criteria that are helpful when considering what frameworks to use.


These briefs explore efforts underway to categorize and align ways of thinking about comparing unique frameworks. The briefs also describe tools available to aid systems and practitioners in their selection and use of a framework.


These briefs identify critical issues that frameworks must address or that influence how they are used that are important to consider when selecting and using frameworks, such as equity and SEL, and developmental considerations.


Comparison of Different Models





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