This issue brief provides an overview of both social and emotional learning (SEL) and service-learning as tools to improve the lives and academic performance of students. It describes how the two practices are interrelated and the research evidence that supports the expanded use of both practices in the classroom.
Fredericks, L. (2003). Making the Case for Social and Emotional Learning and Service-Learning. Chicago, Philadelphia, and Denver: Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning; Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratory for Students Success; Education Commission of the States.