Descriptive examples of how Social and Emotional learning can be integrated in a Secondary Classroom
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This issue brief, published on the University of Minnesota extension website in March of 2014, is written by Megan Olivia Hall, 2013 Minnesota Teacher of the Year, who provides descriptive examples of activities and processes she uses to foster social and emotional learning in her secondary classroom.
In particular, she focuses on the skills of perseverance, responsibility, and collaboration, and provides the working definitions, concepts, goals, examples of activities and school processes used by her school (Open World Learning Community) to foster these skills in students grades 6-12.
Citation: Hall, M.O. (2014) Promoting and Developing Social and Emotional Skills in the Secondary Classroom. Retrieved June 24, 2015, from http://www.extension.umn.edu/youth/research/sel/index.html
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