Handbook of social and emotional learning : research and practice /
edited by Joseph A. Durlak [and three others].
New York : The Guilford Press, [2015]
xxii, 634 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
1462520154, 9781462520152 (hardcover)
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New York : The Guilford Press, [2015]
9781462520152 (hardcover)
contents note
18. SEL Programs for Juvenile Justice Settings and Populations, Patrick H. Tolan, Emily Nichols, & Nicole DuVal -- III. Assessment -- 19. Assessment of SEL in Educational Contexts, Susanne A. Denham -- 20. Systems for Assessing and Improving Students' Social Skills to Achieve Academic Competence, Stephen N. Elliott, Jennifer R. Frey, & Michael Davies -- 21. Challenges and Opportunities in the Direct Assessment of Children's Social and Emotional Comprehension, Clark McKown -- 22. Using Formative Assessment with SEL Skills, Robert J. Marzano -- 23. Assessment of Climate and Conditions for Learning, Mark Garibaldi, Sally Ruddy, Kimberly Kendziora, & David Osher -- 24. Assessing Organizational Readiness, Shannon B. Wanless, Christine J. Groark, & Bridget E. Hatfield -- 25. Indicators of Effective SEL Practice, Sam Redding & Herbert J. Walberg -- IV. Toward Widespread Practice and Policy -- 26. What Everyone Should Know About Implementation, Joseph A. Durlak
27. SEL and Preservice Teacher Education, Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl, Jennifer L. Hanson-Peterson, & Shelley Hymel -- 28. Inservice Preparation for Educators, Patricia A. Jennings & Jennifer L. Frank -- 29. Developing Socially, Emotionally, and Cognitively Competent School Leaders and Learning Communities, Janet Patti, Peter Senge, Claudia Madrazo, and Robin S. Stern -- 30. SEL and Schoolwide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, George G. Bear, Sara A. Whitcomb, Maurice J. Elias, & Jessica C. Blank -- 31. Taking SEL to Scale in Schools: The Role of Community Coalitions, Abigail A. Fagan, J. David Hawkins, & Valerie B. Shapiro -- 32. Systemic Support for SEL in School Districts, Amy Kathryn Mart, Roger P. Weissberg, & Kimberly Kendziora -- 33. Accountability and SEL Programs: The Getting To Outcomes(r) Approach, Annie Wright, Andrea Lamont, Abraham Wandersman, David Osher, & Eric S. Gordon
34. Current and Potential Uses of Technology to Enhance SEL: What's Now and What's Next?, Robin S. Stern, Tucker B. Harding, Allison A. Holzer, & Nicole A. Elbertson -- 35. The Case for Preschool through High School State Learning Standards for SEL, Linda A. Dusenbury, Jessy Zadrazil Newman, Roger P. Weissberg, Paul Goren, Celene E. Domitrovich, & Amy Kathryn Mart -- 36. Federal Policy Initiatives and Children's SEL, Martha Zaslow, Bonnie Mackintosh, Sarah Mancoll, & Sarah Mandell -- 37. International Perspectives on SEL, Catalina Torrente, Anjali Alimchandani, & J. Lawrence Aber -- Afterword: Making SEL Work for All Children, James Comer -- Afterword: The Future of Social and Emotional Learning, Daniel Goleman.
8. Financing and Funding for SEL Initiatives, Olga Acosta Price -- II. Evidence-Based Programming -- 9. SEL Programs for Preschool Children, Karen L. Bierman & Mojdeh Motamedi -- 10. SEL in Elementary School Settings: Identifying Mechanisms that Matter, Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman & Chris S. Hulleman -- 11. A Review of Classroom-Based SEL Programs at the Middle School Level, Robert J. Jagers, Alexis Harris, & Alexandra Skoog -- 12. SEL Programs in High School, Ariel A. Williamson, Kathryn L. Modecki, & Nancy G. Guerra -- 13. SEL in Higher Education, Colleen S. Conley -- 14. SEL for Students with High-Incidence Disabilities, Andrew L. Wiley & Gary N. Siperstein -- 15. SEL and Student-Teacher Relationships, Amanda P. Williford & Catherine Sanger Wolcott -- 16. The Role of School-Family Partnership Programs for Promoting Student SEL, S. Andrew Garbacz, Michelle S. Swanger-Gagne, & Susan M. Sheridan -- 17. After-School Programming and SEL, Thomas P. Gullotta
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: The Uncommon Core, Timothy Shriver & Jennifer Buffett -- I. Foundations -- 1. Social and Emotional Learning: Past, Present, and Future, Roger P. Weissberg, Joseph A. Durlak, Celene E. Domitrovich, & Thomas P. Gullotta -- 2. Applying Theory to the Development of Approaches to SEL, Marc A. Brackett, Nicole A. Elbertson, & Susan E. Rivers -- 3. Integrating SEL with Related Prevention and Youth Development Approaches, Maurice J. Elias, Larry Leverett, Joan Cole Duffell, Neil Humphrey, Cesalie Stepney, & Joseph Ferrito -- 4. Culture and Social and Emotional Competencies, Michael L. Hecht & YoungJu Shin -- 5. The Neuroscience of SEL, Clancy Blair & C. Cybele Raver -- 6. The Potential Effects of SEL on Biomarkers and Health Outcomes: A Promissory Note, Mark T. Greenberg, Deirdre A. Katz, & Laura Cousino Klein -- 7. The Economic Case for SEL, Damon Jones, Mark T. Greenberg, & Max Crowley
"The burgeoning multidisciplinary field of social and emotional learning (SEL) now has a comprehensive and definitive handbook covering all aspects of research, practice, and policy. The prominent editors and contributors describe state-of-the-art intervention and prevention programs designed to build students' skills for managing emotions, showing concern for others, making responsible decisions, and forming positive relationships. Conceptual and scientific underpinnings of SEL are explored and its relationship to children's and adolescents' academic success and mental health examined. Issues in implementing and assessing SEL programs in diverse educational settings are analyzed in depth, including the roles of school-and district-level leadership, teacher training, and school-family partnerships"--
"This book explores the educational status of social and emotional learning (SEL) and the ways that educational systems accommodate an SEL perspective. SEL can be conceptualized in at least three different ways: (1) as a human development process and field of study involving the acquisition of skills, knowledge and attitudes; (2) as a set of specific programs; or (3) as a general educational approach, movement or policy. This book is intended for educators, psychologists, and others who work with children and schools. Programs and practices are designed to promote the mental health and academic success of all students by helping them to develop skills needed for managing emotions, showing concern for others, making responsible decisions, and forming positive relationships in and out of school"--
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