Events coming soon!
Social-emotional learning (SEL) changes lives, school, and communities by preparing young people for long-term academic, professional, and social success and mobility. Engage with education experts and community leaders as we inaugurate March 27th as International SEL Day and examine why SEL matters now more than ever.
This virtual discussion will focus on advocacy and policies promoting social-emotional learning in schools and communities, which is even more urgent in times of uncertainty
A panel discussion will be moderated by David Adams, Director of Social-Emotional Learning, Urban Assembly. Panelists include:
In this webinar in honor of SEL Day, we’ll speak with Mindy Chevalier, Assistant Principal from Belle Plaine High School in Minnesota and Megan Daly, SEL Wellness Coach from Oquirrh Elementary School in Utah, who have implemented school-wide SEL initiatives. They’ll share strategies to generate buy-in from all community members, as well as obstacles they had to overcome and tips for getting started in your school.
The Imagine Neighborhood is a free podcast designed to help children and their grown ups grow their social-emotional skills. In this special #SELDay interview, learn about its fun and innovative approach to SEL and how it can support children’s emotional well-being during these challenging times.
CASEL CARES is a new initiative that connects the SEL community with experts to address how SEL can be most helpful in today’s circumstances. The first opportunity in this series is a webinar on the inaugural SEL Day featuring Dr. Marc Brackett, CASEL board member and director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. Dr. Brackett will help us to explore how we can all be our best possible selves during this stressful time.
Join us for #SELChat on Twitter to discuss Generating Buy-In for SEL on the eve of SEL Day, March 26, at 9pm EST! Discuss how SEL impacts all members of a school community and brainstorm ideas for generating buy-in. Discover new resources + connect with other SEL advocates. Follow @sara_lahayne or @EONeillSheehan for the questions!
Multi-tiered systems of support offer a practical approach to integrating SEL for all students, while helping students with social, emotional & mental health challenges. This webinar in honor of SEL Day will explore a process for developing an MTSS model including:
Every day leading up to SEL Day we will pose a different question about SEL. For example, what doe SEL mean to you? We will randomly choose 5 responses to win a tshirt.
Hosting an SEL Day event? We’re excited to spread the word about SEL Day events that are free, open and accessible to the general public, targeting a wide audience, and not promoting any specific SEL program or assessment. Complete our SEL Day 2020 Share form to let us know about your events.