This webinar is sponsored by Fetzer Institute, Lead sponsor of the 2022 SEL Exchange Virtual Summit, hosted by CASEL.
A recent report from UNICEF, the Learning for Wellbeing Foundation, and the Fetzer Institute reveals nine core capacities for living and learning and underscores the importance of noticing and nourishing these capacities from birth through adulthood in child policy and practice. Often overlooked as innate or basic skills, these capacities are underutilized in efforts to promote child rights, well-being, education, and holistic development. The report, a meta-analysis of hundreds of published research articles worldwide, has positively confirmed the significance of social and emotional learning. By protecting and promoting the development of these capacities, children can better understand themselves and others, and interact with the world around them, for life and for learning, and realize their unique potential.
Recommended for professionals working in the area of social and emotional learning and child development, and related public policies
Please note, sponsorship does not indicate an endorsement by CASEL. Learn more about SEL Exchange Lead Sponsor, Fetzer Institute at www.fetzer.org.
Learn more about the SEL Exchange Virtual Summit being held October 13: https://selexchange.casel.org/.