This article suggests eight strategies that are low-cost and require little training that can help to promote SECD in your classroom. The strategies have been culled from classroom visits made by members of the Rutgers SECD Lab in New Jersey Schools.Source:
Maurice Elias, Edutopia, October 14, 2019Description:
"As more and more schools adopt social and emotional learning standards and realize that students’ college and career success depends strongly on their social, emotional, and character development (SECD), teachers are looking for guidance as to how to bring SECD into their classrooms every day. Whether or not your class has a systematic curriculum, students benefit when SECD is part of academics and classroom conversations and procedures. Members of our Rutgers SECD Lab have the good fortune of visiting many schools in New Jersey, across the nation, and internationally. Culled from our observations of what teachers are doing in many schools, each of the eight areas below includes a list of strategies that you can introduce into classroom and school routines without any funding or in-service training."Read the full article here!