Making Time for Social Emotional Learning

It’s been a bit more than a year since RIDE adopted Social Emotional Learning Outcomes for all Rhode Island students. While time never seems to be on our side, making time for social emotional learning needs to be a priority not only for students in our district, but in every school across the United States.

Today’s post shares Jennifer Saarinen’s guest post on Matt Miller’s Ditch That Textbook from Monday, January 14th.

Click here to read Social-Emotional Learning: Making time for mindfulness and building a practice of gratitude.

Click here for a collection of resources that are sure to be helpful to educators as they consider ways to make time for social emotional learning in their classrooms.

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