Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Social and Emotional Learning in Practice: A Toolkit of Practical Strategies and Resources includes activities, templates and tools to help support staff and youth in social and emotional learning. It is organized around the “Ways of Being” model, and was developed as a companion to the 3-hour training, Social and Emotional Learning in Practice. It is designed primarily for those working with youth in middle school, but with small changes the activities can be
used for other age groups as well.
In the latest Youth Development Insight blog post, Karyn Santl talks about how the number and intensity of high-quality relationships in young people’s lives is linked to a broad range of positive outcomes. How do you contribute to these positive outcomes? Join the conversation!