Hard SEL Questions Addressed

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Edsby’s Dallas Kachan speaks about social and emotional learning (SEL) with¬†Dr. Molly Lawlor, Director of Curriculum and Research at MindUP, and Dido Balla, Director of Educational Innovation & Partnerships at MindUP. MindUP is an evidence-based SEL program accredited by CASEL.

The group takes on tough questions, including educator concerns that SEL is yet another thing on the plate, the potential for misuse of emotion-related data, whether kids can be trusted to answer emotional questions, whether SEL is over-coddling children and whether SEL is a trojan horse planting progressive ideas like critical race theory (CRT.)

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