We recommend registering for the entire four-part series. You don’t need to be available to attend every webinar live. By registering, you will receive the recordings (past sessions available here) and follow-up resources straight to your inbox.
Every adult in a young person’s life — family members, educators, coaches, mentors — influences their social, emotional, and academic development. When adults also have meaningful and inclusive opportunities to practice social and emotional learning, and systems that support them, our communities thrive.
CASEL’s new four-part series will unpack the topic of “adult SEL” by exploring the research, practices, and policy conditions that build supportive systems and adult capacity. Through 60-minute thought leadership conversations, we aim to share expertise that can strengthen your work, encourage new approaches, and leave you curious to learn more.
Join us and collaborators once a month as we build a shared understanding of adult SEL (part I), explore what we know from the research (part II), identify promising practices (part III), and spotlight supportive policies (part IV). This is not an educator “workshop,” but we hope you’ll leave inspired to deepen adult SEL in your communities.
We believe that all adults in young people’s lives are leaders, and when we approach our work as learners, we can strengthen social and emotional learning for both adults and students.
Recommended for: Education and research/policy leaders at the state, district, and school levels.
- March 15: What is adult SEL and why does it matter? (Part 1 of 4) Watch the 60-min recording
- April 12: What do we know, and don’t know, from research on adult SEL? (Part 2 of 4)
- May 10: What promising practices are emerging on adult SEL? (Part 3 of 4)
- June 14: What policy conditions are necessary for adult SEL? (Part 4 of 4)