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Social-Emotional Learning: Goal-Setting and Relationships Are Part of District’s Academic Core

The Washoe County school district in Reno, Nev., has been way ahead of most other districts in its approach to social-emotional learning, especially in measuring students’ SEL skills, which are part of the district’s accountability system. Education Week, which first

Student Self-Advocacy Requires Deeper Policymaking – Learning Deeply – Education Week

Policymakers should develop and exemplify deeper learning competencies in order to ensure that all students have opportunities to develop them as well. Source: New feed

WATCH: A District That Prioritizes Social-Emotional Learning Grapples With How to Measure If It Works – Rules for Engagement – Education Week

The Washoe County school district in Reno, Nev., has been on the forefront of infusing social-emotional learning throughout its schools as a key strategy for improving student engagement, attendance, and high school graduation rates. Source: New feed

Spotlight on Social-Emotional Learning 2018 – Education Week

While barriers remain, educators are forging paths towards implementing social-emotional learning in all schools. In this Spotlight, learn how schools are responding to students’ developmental needs, the challenges to carrying out SEL, and how to find time for social-emotional learning

Why Adults Need Social and Emotional Support, Too – Learning Is Social & Emotional – Education Week

Adults need social and emotional support before they can help their students. Nashville principal Mathew Portell shares tips to build those skills. Source: New feed

Low-Level Assignments: An Indictment of the System – Learning Deeply – Education Week

An analysis of middle school mathematics assignments suggests that teachers lacked opportunities to develop lessons to tap students’ deeper learning competencies. Source: New feed

Learning and Safety in the Time of School Shootings – Leadership 360 – Education Week

It is important to teach children to understand something beyond ‘us and them’ and ‘good or bad’. It is in the opposition of terms that fear, and sometimes hate, can develop. Source: New feed

High School Internships for All: A Five-Step Process – Global Learning – Education Week

Five steps for creating a high school internship program. Source: New feed

Learning From the Nursing Profession in the New Teacher Strike Era – Top Performers – Education Week

As teacher strikes sweep the nation, Marc Tucker compares the trajectory of teaching to that of the nursing profession, one of high standards of entry and rigorous preparation. Source: New feed

Why Principals Are Embracing Personalized Learning – Education Week

Most principals support the movement to personalize instruction, according to an Education Week Research Center survey. But they remain concerned about overuse of ed tech. Source: New feed