Developing self-awareness, interpersonal skills, and self-control that increase success in school, life, and work is achieved through Social-Emotional Learning. Students who are better at coping with daily challenges, classroom conflicts, and academic success are said to possess strong social-emotional skills. Lets take a look at the top programs used in K12 and their components.
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Cassandra Williams is a strong advocate for revolutionizing systems. Currently, she is a professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Her research is on “Flipping the Coaching Cycle.” She is responsible for Transforming the Educational Experience for new teachers. She developed an e-Learning Support program that offers Coaching to Instructional Leaders, School Coaches and Teachers in the skillful implementation of the District Reading/English Language Arts Program by using video reflection. She has over twenty years of experience working in education, as a founding administrator, District Content Specialist, and a teacher.