Future success is about more than a degree or job. It is about students having a wide range of skills and attitudes, so how can we nourish students’ real-world competencies?
In an increasingly digital and global society, the skills that matter for lifetime and career success are the social and emotional competencies that enable people to collaborate, solve problems, and adjust to change.
Join CASEL for a thought leadership discussion on social and emotional learning and workforce development. Dr. Aaliyah A Samuel (CASEL), Stanley Litow (Duke University), and Dr. Teri Lawler (Delaware Department of Education) will discuss what it means for students to be “future-ready” in a conversation moderated by Dana Godek (CASEL).
Recommended for policymakers, higher education leaders, and state and district leaders looking to integrate SEL and career and workforce development. Read a recent report on the topic before joining: https://casel.org/educating-future-ready-students-2022/