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The most effective way to foster social and emotional skill development is make it a deliberate part of classroom instruction. In this quick reference guide for K–12 teachers, Nancy Frey, Dominique Smith, and Douglas Fisher introduce a new approach to SEL that shifts it from a standalone curriculum to its natural place as essential part of learning. They cover
- The 5 tenets of integrated social and emotional learning.
- The 33 SEL competencies teachers can target in the classroom.
- How to begin integrating SEL into your content instruction.
This guide's taxonomy of SEL fundamentals and practical ideas for fostering cognitive and emotional self-regulation, prosocial behavior, conflict resolution, decision making, and problem solving make it an empowering resource for all educators committed to teaching the whole child.
(ASCD Quick Reference Guide, 2018) 8 1/2" x 11", 3-panel foldout guide (6 pages), laminated for extra durability and 3-hole-punched for binder storage
Note: The shrink-wrapped 25-packs have been discontinued.