Social-emotional learning isn't just for students

04/17/2014 | Edutopia.org

Transformational leadership coach Elena Aguilar in this blog post recommends providing teachers with more training and support on social and emotional learning. Changes in technology and the ongoing transition to Common Core State Standards are among the reasons educators need strategies to combat the anxiety that comes with change as they may have difficulty learning new teaching strategies when stressed, she writes. "SEL is foundational for educators to build the skills to manage the tidal wave of changes and to be effective in their responses to changes," she writes.

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