Students spend an average of 32.5 hours in class every week. After you factor in parents’ busy work schedules and student extracurricular activities, some students spend more time with their teachers than they do with their parents on weekdays. The classroom plays an important role in student development, academically and socially, making it a prime place to integrate SEL. As the world continues to change, so does the SEL curriculum needed to adapt to student experiences. CASEL provides a widely accepted framework for SEL curriculum, but how can educators easily begin to incorporate the CASEL Competencies into their classrooms?
Among all of the responsibilities teachers take on, we know it’s not always easy to ensure the CASEL framework is addressed in your curriculum. In our essential guide to incorporating CASEL Competencies, we discuss this challenge and provide actionable strategies to begin incorporating CASEL Competencies into your classrooms as soon as today.
Read our white paper to learn:
- Ways to integrate each of the CASEL Competencies into your classes
- How to address the CASEL Competencies across divisions
- The secret to using CASEL Competencies to empower students online and offline