A review of the literature on social and emotional learning for students ages 3–8: Characteristics of effective social and emotional learning programs
Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratories (REL) recently released a series of briefs highlighting SEL programs and policies. The purpose of the report series is to summarize the benefits of social and emotional learning (SEL) in early childhood, and identify the characteristics of SEL interventions that are effective in school contexts.
The series includes the following reports:
- Characteristics of Effective Social and Emotional Learning Programs
- Implementation Strategies and State and District Support Policies
- Teacher and Cassroom Strategies that Contribute to Social and Emotional Learning
- Outcomes for Different Student Populations and Settings
Read and download the series in full here.
Further explore Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratories and its related briefs, research and action steps.
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From Charles Smith, Gina McGovern, Stephen C. Peck, Reed Larson, Leanne Roy, David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality