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All Learning is Social and Emotional | Distilling Books With Socrates

All Learning is Social and Emotional | Distilling Books With Socrates

Distilling Books With Socrates

How can teachers and schools start viewing social emotional learning (SEL) as a framework within their overall school strategy as opposed to isolated pockets of instruction? What are some of the benefits of incorporating and emphasizing an SEL strategy from an early age?

In this session of Distilling Books With Socrates, we are joined by Cristiana Jurgensen from Socrates Head of School as she shares some salient points related to her analysis, distillation, and study of “All Learning is Social and Emotional.” Hosted by Wallace Ting (Co-Founder, SchoolRubric).

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  • 0:00 Distilling Books With Socrates Introduction
  • 1:35 Cristiana Jurgensen introduction
  • 2:40 What is a third degree questioner?
  • 4:00 Why SEL should be embedded into all learning
  • 7:10 Building students’ sense of identity and confidence
  • 10:21 Creating buy-in and widespread approval of SEL as a strategy
  • 14:32 Pillars of SEL integration
  • 18:35 Pragmatic takeaways from “All Learning is Social and Emotional”

Socrates - Head of School is a group of educators and industry leaders looking to transform professional development for teachers and administrators. We use the lens of questioning to generate thought provoking professional development through our Open Educational Resource as well as more comprehensive resources through our partnerships. We are distilling the books of thought leaders to curate the most meaningful ways we can move education forward so that children have more positive and productive learning experiences.


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