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How Addressing Inequity and Social Justice Correlate to Social-Emotional Learning

Wyman recently hosted over 100 practitioners, program directors, evaluators and funders in a convening to discuss social-emotional learning, and the recent emergence of a new field guide, “Preparing Youth to Thrive: Promising Practices in Social and Emotional Learning.” This framework emerged … Continue reading

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Foundations for Social-emotional Skill Building

The best research helps us make discoveries to improve outcomes. The best research also reveals the processes needed to achieve those outcomes. One of the greatest learnings to emerge from the recent SEL Challenge is the foundation that best supports social … Continue reading

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Social Emotional Learning: Building Empathy

We often hear the following comments from teens in Wyman’s programs: “My school is not a very diverse place. In Wyman’s programs, I’ve met people from different backgrounds other than me, and I have learned a lot…” “When we do community service, … Continue reading

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Collaboration Yields Accessible Social-Emotional Learning Tools for Practitioners

As youth providers, educators, parents and policymakers search for ways to ensure youth thrive, the research routinely points back to the role social-emotional learning (SEL) plays in helping teens thrive in learning, work and life. SEL skills such as emotion management, empathy, teamwork, … Continue reading

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