What is your program achieving to include Social Emotional Learning in daily scheduled programming.

1.  What is your school’ s planning process for choosing the SEL program and activities?

2.  What tools, resources, training are your staff performing to  implement SEL programs? Is there a coordinator or planning committee to assure that the efforts of social and emotional education are practical and conducted?

3.  To what extent are resources provided to conduct activities?

4.  What specific actions are you and your program or your taking foster the long-term success and positive impact of SEL programs?

Now that you and your team have thought about what you are doing, the next step is to learn about different social and emotional competencies to weave into what your program is already currently doing. 

 
 

Tiana Brown is the Assistant Director of the Norwalk Housing Authority Learning Centers