The Future of Civic Engagement Is Social-Emotional Learning

Free sponsored webinar for the SEL Exchange Virtual Summit

Can social-emotional learning (SEL) help students and teachers build authentic relationships driven by an appreciation of similarities and differences? Join subject-expert panelists as they examine how social-emotional skills connect to civic responsibility and justice. In this webinar, hosted by Committee for Children, we will discuss the following questions:

- What do you see as the key connection between SEL and civic engagement?
- Why do you think it’s important to prioritize connecting young people’s social-emotional competencies to larger questions of civic responsibility and justice?
- How can schools, educators, and all adults use SEL to foster the understanding of and capacity for civic engagement among young people?

Sponsorship of the SEL Exchange Virtual Summit does not indicate an endorsement from CASEL.

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  • Committee for Children
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