Thursday, September 17, 2020

New features in Teams and OneNote support social-emotional learning approaches

This year, the first day of school looked very different for the tens of millions of students returning to class. But through unprecedented change and the stress that’s come with it, educators and students have led with resilience, reminding us that learning starts with connection, community, and well-being. As defined by the Committee for Children, social-emotional learning (SEL), or what happens when we’re developing self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills, is vital for success in school, work, and every other facet of our lives. In Marc Brackett’s book, Permission to Feel, he describes how and why emotions matter for: Attention, memory,... Posted at