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Social and Emotional Learning: How to Implement What We Know from the Research

Facilitated by Elizabeth Foster and Stephanie Jones

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Elizabeth Foster of Learning Forward and Stephanie Jones from the Harvard Graduate School of Education explore what is meant by social and emotional learning, what the research says about effective components of SEL programs and interventions, how SEL is implemented in classrooms and out-of-school time programs, and the implications for professional learning for all educators and leaders. This webinar explores: What is meant by social-emotional learning; How it is implemented in classrooms; and What is needed in terms of professional learning for all educators to ensure that there is equitable access to these SEL skills.

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Vice President, Standards & Research | + posts

Elizabeth Foster (elizabeth.foster@learningforward.org) is vice president, research & standards at Learning Forward. In each issue of The Learning Professional, Foster explores recent research to help practitioners understand the impact of particular professional learning practices on student outcomes.

Harvard Graduate School of Education | + posts

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