Integration of Social Emotional Learning: 

 

Daycare through secondary education settings 

 

GOAL:​  Make child daycare/ early education more accessible and affordable with better trained staff

 

What’s needed:

  • Increase awareness of administrators, policy makers, corporate CEOs of the importance 

  • increase funding to enhance daycare staff and teacher training (with credentialing)

 

Relevant Articles;

Integrating children’s mental health into primary care

Lawrence S Wissow, Nadja van Ginneken, [...], and Atif Rahman

 

from the American Academy of Pediatrics 

Pediatricians a link between children, programs that boost school readiness

 

The Academy has updated the 2008 technical report School Readiness, outlining the role of primary care practices in supporting healthy development of young children so they are ready to learn. The report, from the Council on Early Childhood and Council on School Health, is available at

 

 

Integration of Social-Emotional Learning in schools

 

 

What’s needed:

  • Increase awareness of administrators and policy makers of the importance of this 

  • increase funding for teacher education to make this viable (with relevant credentialing)

 

Relevant Sites:

 

The CASEL Guide to Schoolwide SEL leads school-based teams through a process for systemic SEL implementation

 

School-Family Partnership Strategies to Enhance Children’s Social, Emotional, and Academic Growth

 

Edutopia The Reparative Power of Relationships

 

Center to Improve Social and Emotional Learning and School Safety