1. How can I find out more about SEL?
The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) website provides a great deal of information on social and emotional learning. On the site, you can learn more about SEL, learn about SEL programs and implementation, and SEL policy and academic research.
2. What will happen once I share my SEL example?
Once you share your SEL example with us (by submitting the form under "Share Examples") you will be contacted by the SEL T-Ed team by phone or email. We would like to speak with you to get a better understanding of how social and emotional learning is being incorporated into your teacher training program. If we do use your example, you will be acknowledged in all of our reports.
3. How will the information from the SEL T-Ed Project be used?
The results of this investigation will provide a series of recommendations to educators, policy makers, and practitioners about strategies and tools to increase the effectiveness and broad implementation of research-based practices to promote SEL in teacher preparation programs.
4. Does the University of British Columbia incorporate SEL into the teacher preparation
Yes. The University of British Columbia is the first in North America to offer a social and emotional learning cohort for the pre-service teachers. Learn more about the teacher preparation program here: http://educ.ubc.ca/newsandinfo/educating-heart
5. How can I contact the SEL T-Ed research project?
You can click "Share Examples" on the left menu to reach us, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!