This 3 part video series looks at how Social Emotional Learning (SEL) can decrease bullying and the positive benefits for students, families and communities. The final video shares lessons learned by a school division as SEL research and best practices are put into action.
with Deinera Exner-Cortens, University of Calgary
Social-emotional learning can reduce bullying behaviour, which in turn can contribute to the creation of welcoming, caring, respectful, and safe learning environments.
with Christina Rinaldi, University of Alberta
Social-emotional learning has important benefits for students, families, and communities, and contributes to the creation of welcoming, caring, respectful, and safe learning environments.
with Wanda Christensen, Chinook’s Edge School Division
Chinook’s Edge School Division, a large rural school authority of 43 schools and 11,000 students, share their lessons learned through a multi-year district-wide approach to social emotional learning.