Integrating Social and Emotional Learning across a School District: Knowing Our Students, Knowing Ourselves - Teaching Ethics across the American Educational Experience (Paperback)Brian Gatens (editor), Dominic P. Scibilia (series editor)
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With chapters from experienced teachers and school and district leaders, this text provides a wealth of practical strategies and inspirational guidance on incorporating social-emotional and ethical learning across a district and educational community.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 168
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
A complete education must address the whole child, including the ethical, social-emotional, imaginative, and intellectual capacities of children. With chapters from experienced teachers and school and district leaders, this text provides a wealth of practical strategies and inspirational guidance on incorporating social-emotional and ethical learning across a district and educational community.-- Michael D. Burroughs, director, Kegley Institute of Ethics; assistant professor of philosophy; president, Philosophy Learning and Teaching Org., California State University, Bakersfield
A wonderful resource addressing the challenge of a lack of social/emotional development as an impediment to learning. It contains real and relatable situations found in my school and my classroom. Because it is written by actual working teachers, the book is accessible; I felt welcomed as an observer into their classrooms. In addition, it also focuses on care for the adults in the school community, in particular "checking in on each other as professionals and as people." The book is a practical handbook that fosters an environment of care and mutual learning for both students and teachers in the classroom.-- Fred Galano, educator and director of financial aid, Saint Peter's Preparatory School, Jersey City, New Jersey
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