Social and Emotional Learning

Social and Emotional Learning

Children’s social and emotional development is a cornerstone of school readiness, health, and overall well-being. While challenging behavior is a part of child development, without appropriate training, it may be difficult for early childhood and out-of-school time practitioners to distinguish concerning behavior from those that are developmentally appropriate and may lead to inappropriate responses, labeling, and possibly suspension or expulsion from the program.

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Brochure

Promoting SEL and Preventing Expulsion

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