Resource Category: SEL

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Dimensions of Thriving: Learning from Black LGBTQ+/SGL Moments, Spaces, and Practices

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SEL

Dimensions of Thriving: Learning from Black LGBTQ+/SGL Moments, Spaces, and Practices

Publication Year:  2022  

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A framework for thriving that centers marginalized communities and goes beyond deficit based models grounded in resilience and integration.

By Dr. Kia Darling-Hammond.

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    Why Afterschool Programs Need Social and Emotional Learning Now

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    Out-of-School Time | SEL

    Why Afterschool Programs Need Social and Emotional Learning Now

    Publication Year:  2022  

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    Recent discussion highlights how afterschool programs have used SEL strategies to help children throughout the pandemic.

    By Wallace editorial team.

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      The Partnerships for Social and Emotional Learning Podcast

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      Out-of-School Time | SEL

      The Partnerships for Social and Emotional Learning Podcast

      Publication Year:  2021  

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      Practitioners in schools and out-of-school programs share their experiences working together to help children develop SEL skills in this five-episode series.

      By Wallace Foundation.

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        Recognizing the Role of Afterschool and Summer Programs and Systems in Reopening and Rebuilding

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        Out-of-School Time | SEL

        Recognizing the Role of Afterschool and Summer Programs and Systems in Reopening and Rebuilding

        Publication Year:  2021  

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        Afterschool and summer programs play an essential role in our country’s efforts to reopen and rebuild in partnership with youth, families, and the community because they: provide safe, developmentally rich settings for learning and development; are seen as trusted partners by families and communities; and have connections to other supports and services that schools and families need.

        By American Institutes for Research.

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          5 Steps for Building & Strengthening Students’ Networks.

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          K-12 | SEL

          5 Steps for Building & Strengthening Students’ Networks.

          Publication Year:  2021  

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          Includes strategies, tools, and metrics that build and strengthen students’ networks. Students’ networks help support their well-being and can expand their postsecondary and career options.

          By Clayton Christensen Institute.

          Supported by:
          Walton Family Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, American Student Assistance, Genentech

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            How to Sell SEL: Parents and the Politics of Social-Emotional Learning

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            K-12 | SEL

            How to Sell SEL: Parents and the Politics of Social-Emotional Learning

            Publication Year:  2021  

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            To better understand parents’ take on SEL and to explore possible pitfalls in communicating with them about SEL and its place in schools, the Fordham Institute commissioned this nationally representative poll of 2,000 parents of children in grades K–12.

            By Fordham Institute.

            Supported by:
            Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, The Louis Calder Foundation, the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation

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              Building Classroom Connections Series

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              K-12 | SEL

              Building Classroom Connections Series

              Publication Year:  2021  

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              As schools nationwide try to guide students through the emotional weight of the past year, a Chicago school is finding success with social-emotional learning, which prioritizes the student-teacher relationship.

              By The Today Show.

              Supported by:
              Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

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                The Promise: Stories About Equity, Justice and Power

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                K-12 | Racial Equity | Science of Learning & Dev | SEL | Youth Voice

                The Promise: Stories About Equity, Justice and Power

                Publication Year:  2021  

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                A publication about equity, justice, and power.

                By Raikes Foundation.

                Supported by:
                Raikes Foundation

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                  A Playbook for Educators, Out-of-School Time Providers, and Advocates

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                  Out-of-School Time | SEL

                  A Playbook for Educators, Out-of-School Time Providers, and Advocates

                  Publication Year:  2021  

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                  The playbook is designed to help educators, providers, and advocates communicate about the value of OST programs. It can also inform the design of programs and policies that make high-quality OST opportunities equitably accessible to all children.

                  By Learning Heroes.

                  Supported by:
                  The Wallace Foundation

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                    Our Children Are Leaders

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                    SEL | Youth Voice

                    Our Children Are Leaders

                    Publication Year:  2021  

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                    Resources for families to learn more about SEL and start conversations with their children to reflect on their sense of purpose and social and emotional strengths.

                    By CASEL.

                    Supported by:
                    The Allstate Foundation

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