How can district and school administrators support classroom teachers as they build capacity for SEL?
As a school or district leader, you may be concerned about potential barriers to bringing systemic social-emotional learning to your district. You may face challenges like teacher burnout, skill-building for SEL instruction, and gaining buy-in for SEL.
This guide is built on feedback from teachers, and shares how district and school leaders can support in creating the best social-emotional and academic learning opportunities for students. Explore strategies for:
Addressing teacher burnout by prioritizing adult SEL and well-being
Making SEL more than "just another thing" on teachers' plates
Building teacher skills and capacity around SEL
By downloading this guide, you'll get access to:
- Actionable strategies for prioritizing adult SEL, offering support for classroom SEL, and delivering PD around SEL
- Tangible resources like toolkits and webinar recordings to further your learning and share with your team