Evaluating Social Emotional Learning Focus Group

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New research shows that teachers need not choose between supporting students’ academic success and their social and emotional development. Instead these seemingly competing priorities are intertwined, as it turns out students with stronger mindsets and strategies earn better grades. Even more importantly, the research reveals a crucial link between the conditions that teachers fostered in their classrooms and students’ resultant mindsets and strategies.
Join us for an overview of this research and brief discussion on some of its implications for educators’ practice.