With many students transitioning to remote learning this year, social-emotional learning in education has become even more essential for any discipline, and that includes science.
In fall 2019, HMH staff participated in a training conducted by the Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL), which guided the team and inspired the company to embed SEL best practices into materials, including HMH’s soon-to-be-released HMH Into Science K-5 program.
Listen in as former science teachers (and current HMH employees) Ann Pearson and Nancy-Geer Hamilton discuss practical ways to implement social and emotional learning activities in your science classroom.
Additional recommended reading:
- Dr. Daniel J. Siegel’s Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain
- On Edutopia: Emelina Minero’s 8 Strategies to Improve Participation in Your Virtual Classroom
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Learn more about HMH's K–12 science programs, which are designed to encourage student-directed learning and deeper understanding of concepts. Also explore how we can support an SEL curriculum for elementary students in your district.
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