Based off the CASEL model of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) for students (https://casel.org), the Attached to Learn Model of Teacher SEL has 5 core competence areas that teacher education programs and educator professional development trainings should address.
With an increase in social, emotional, and behavioral challenges of students, teachers need to have the appropriate skills and knowledge to meet the diverse needs of students.
We know SEL for students works. Now, we just need SEL for teachers.
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