Education for most only means the academic skills of a student. Most do not believe that the social-emotional learning is also as important as the academic learning. Although, the social-emotional learning is as important as it is with the academic learning most teachers and families that still believe that it is the job of the school counselor or psychologist.  

The Collaborative for Social Emotional Learning, or CASEL, offers resources around resiliency and self-regulation. Teachers might, for example, use the multitude of children’s books and YA novels that explore situations or behavioral issues students are dealing with, which can weave seamlessly into academic learning.

An increasing number of school districts are incorporating social-emotional learning into or alongside instruction, thanks to a growing awareness of its importance for students.
~Education Week

Key Takeaways:

Students can experience trauma from prolonged stress in family situations.
Schools have to take on social-emotional learning because they don’t have a choice.
It’s important for educators to support students that suffer from trauma.

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