Social And Emotional Learning Ideas During Distance Learning
Social And Emotional Learning Ideas During Distance Learning

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Social And Emotional Learning Ideas During Distance Learning

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Everyone is talking about the importance of social and emotional learning (SEL) these days. Distance learning adds an additional challenge – particularly for children with neurologic conditions who may have struggled with SEL before classrooms went remote.

This week, we brought together two experts to discuss SEL ideas during distance learning.

Nick Woolf  is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Inside SEL  an online multimedia initiative focused on curating and analyzing the latest research, policy, and news related to the field of social-emotional learning. Nick currently works for Panorama Education, an ed-tech company in Boston that helps thousands of schools and districts measure and take action on social-emotional learning data and serves on the Steering Committee of the Social-Emotional Learning Alliance for Massachusetts (SEL4MA). He holds a master’s degree in child study and human development (with a specialization in social-emotional learning) from Tufts University. 

Danny Porter, MSW, LICSW, is a Clinical School Social Worker on special Assignment District Wide at Intermediate school district 916 in Minnesota, Professional Development Chair/ Executive board member for MSSWA (Minnesota School Social Workers Association) and board president of the Minnesota Association of Children’s Mental Health.  Danny is also the father to a 8-year-old and 19-year-old Children who have Neurological needs so he offers a wide age perspective across the age groups as well. 

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