SEL, Teacher Education, Equity, Trauma Informed, Well-being
During the COVID-19 crisis, it has become clear how unprepared our educational systems are to provide social and emotional support through distance learning. Despite the demands for teachers to support the social and emotional development of their students, our universities are behind the curve in providing coursework to develop their knowledge and skills in these areas. This paper calls us to imagine teacher education with Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) as a cornerstone in teacher preparation programs. We outline the importance of SEL curriculum in preservice education and suggest a multifaceted approach to teacher preparation.
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Katz, Deirdre; Mahfouz, Julia; and Romas, Sue
"Creating a Foundation of Well-being for Teachers and Students Starts with SEL Curriculum in Teacher Education Programs,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 15
, Article 5.