Students who receive social-emotional interventions early and throughout their learning careers demonstrate impressive and measurable benefits later on in life. That’s because they learn to manage their emotions, cope with stress, and set positive goals. Here’s an introduction to social-emotional learning and why it’s useful to implement in the classroom.
How is social-emotional learning helpful for academic development? The concept of SEAD (Social-Emotional & Academic Development) answers this by using SEL to keep students focused on academic growth. This section focuses on practical advice for using SEAD effectively.