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SEL for Middle and High School Students | Learners Edge

SEL for Middle and High School Students
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Graduate Credits
Grade Level
In a post-pandemic world, there remains a significant need for supporting middle and high school students in all aspects of social-emotional learning (SEL). This course will guide you in reflecting on your classroom practices to promote the Collaborative for Academic Social Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework through resilience, self-awareness, and more. We'll explore how to refresh group processes and classroom organization to empower students, design a collaborative activity based on restorative practices, and implement a lesson on metacognition to enhance self-awareness and executive function skills. Challenge the status quo through assignments focused on identity, empathy, and responsible decision-making, and design your assessment philosophy to support student resilience. Filled with SEL strategies, this course will refresh and restore the way you promote social-emotional learning in your middle or high school classroom.

This course format builds from module to module in a way that allows you to work through each of the essential ideas in smaller, more focused segments. You’ll find the same great resources and applicable assignments, distributed over 10 modules.
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Summer 2024
Registration Open: Dec 16, 2023 - Jul 15, 2024
Coursework Due: Aug 15, 2024
Fall 2024
Registration Open: Mar 16, 2024 - Oct 22, 2024
Coursework Due: Nov 15, 2024
"The Flexible SEL Classroom"
by Amber Chandler
A hard copy textbook is included in the course price. It will be sent via postal mail upon course registration. Flex Credit registrants must use the ISBN provided to acquire a copy of the text.
ISBN : 978-1-032-12662-3
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