All Social and Emotional Learning articles

By: Victoria Tilney McDonough, Reading Rockets

Get the basics on social and emotional learning (SEL) — the five key elements, why it's important, how to integrate SEL practices into the classroom, and more.

By: Justina Schlund, Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

Discover five key facts about social and emotional learning. A systemic and strengths-based approach to SEL can bolster academic achievement and give students opportunities to build on their unique talents, interests, perspectives, and experiences. 

By: Reading Rockets

When children feel accepted and supported by their school community, it builds a solid foundation where all students can learn and thrive socially, emotionally, and academically. Discover ways that educators can create a culture of inclusion in their classrooms, school-wide, and for school activities that take place outside of the regular curriculum.

"Today a reader, tomorrow a leader." — Margaret Fuller