Harmony SEL And Johns Hopkins University Share SEL Best Practices
Download the latest research-to-practice brief on the components of effective SEL.
Now more than ever, educators want strategies to support the social and emotional needs of their students. However, it is not always clear where to start, or which active ingredients are needed for effective SEL programs. Fortunately, research demonstrates what classroom teachers need to understand about effective strategies that promote the social, emotional, and academic development of students.
In a new research-to-practice brief, researchers and practitioners from Johns Hopkins University and the Harmony SEL program explore what Harmony entails, its research base, and most critically, the best practices for implementing Harmony in contemporary classrooms.
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