Resources: Websites

The following is a curated list of recommended websites and webpages selected by CASEL staff. These resources cover a range of topics to better understand SEL.

Acosta Price, O. (2016). Tips and resources for funding an SEL program. San Rafael, CA: Edutopia. Retrieved from https://www.edutopia.org/blog/tips-resources-funding-sel-program-olga-acosta-price
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American Institutes of Research (2017). Beyond the bell: Turning research into action in afterschool and expanded learning. Retrieved from http://www.air.org/resource/beyond-bell-turning-research-action-afterschool-and-expanded-learning
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American Institutes for Research (2017). Center on great teachers and learners: Social and emotional learning in the daily life of classrooms. Retrieved from http://www.gtlcenter.org/technical-assistance/professional-learning-modules/social-and-emotional-learning-daily-life-classrooms
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The Aspen Institute (2017). National commission on social, emotional, and academic development. Retrieved from https://www.aspeninstitute.org/programs/national-commission-on-social-emotional-and-academic-development/
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CASEL (2017). SEL in the home Chicago, IL: Author. Retrieved from http://www.casel.org/in-the-home/
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The Charles A. Dana Center, University of Texas at Austin (2017). Inside mathematics: Social and emotional learning through mathematics. Retrieved from http://www.insidemathematics.org/common-core-resources/mathematical-practice-standards/social-and-emotional-mathematics-learning
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Education First (2018). Social and emotional learning innovation fund. Seattle, WA: Author. Retrieved from http://education-first.com/social-emotional-learning-innovation-fund/
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Edutopia (2017). Social and emotional learning. Retrieved from https://www.edutopia.org/social-emotional-learning
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Edutopia. (2014). A parent’s resource guide to social and emotional learning. San Francisco: Author. Retrieved from https://www.edutopia.org/SEL-parents-resources
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Hinton, K. (2017). How to secure funding for your social and emotional learning (SEL) program. Charlotte, NC: Aperture Education. Retrieved from http://www.apertureed.com/sel/secure-funding-social-emotional-learning-sel-program/
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Miller, J. S. (2017). Confident parents confident kids (blog). December 26, 2017 (11:30am). https://confidentparentsconfidentkids.org/about-the-blog/
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NBC (2016). Parent toolkit. New York: Author. Retrieved from http://www.parenttoolkit.com/
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (2017). Social and emotional learning: A series of resources on the importance of supporting children’s social and emotional learning and development so that they can lead healthier, more successful lives. Retrieved from http://www.rwjf.org/en/library/collections/social-and-emotional-learning.html
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Schamberg, R., Thomas, R., & Schlinger, M. (2015). Social and emotional learning: Planning for financial sustainability. Chicago, IL: CASEL. Retrieved from http://financialsustainability.casel.org/
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Social and Emotional Learning Research Group (2017). Parent resources. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois, Chicago. Retrieved from: https://sel.lab.uic.edu/parent-resources/
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