Studies show that Social Emotional Learning in schools can have powerful lasting benefits for students, including reducing depression and stress, improving attitudes toward school, and increasing kindness, sharing, and empathy (Durlak et al., 2011).
And what’s more, the effects of Social Emotional Learning don’t stop at graduation. In the long run, Social Emotional Learning contributes to greater academic achievement, career success, positive relationships, and better mental health in one’s lifetime (Hawkins, Kosterman, Catalano, Hill, & Abbott, 2008; Jones, Greenberg, & Crowley, 2015).
It’s clear that Social Emotional Learning provides a sound foundation for learning and empowers students with skills for lifelong success… but where do you start? How can you support Social Emotional Learning in your classrooms? What techniques are most effective for developing social and emotional competence?
Join educators and Yoga Ed. Trainers Candis Ogilvie and Sara Lev in this 30 minute roundtable led by Brynne Caleda on Thursday, April 27 at 2pm PST / 5pm EST as they explore the importance of Social Emotional Learning and how you can transform your classroom with Social Emotional Learning through practical yoga tools.