Relationships in Education: July 2017 Roundup

Top tweets from our Relationships in Education Twitter page: @SUPR_Education

Is social-emotional learning really going to work for students of color? By Dena Simmons, Ed.D. (@DenaSimmons), Director of Education at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.

Special report finds that teachers need more social and emotional intelligence training, in order to promote these skills in students. By Madeline Will (@madeline_will).

How to design a school that prioritizes kindness and caring. By Linda Flanagan (@LindaFlanagan2).

Increased emphasis on social-emotional learning in preschool can help children to thrive academically, mentally and physically, study finds. By Karen L. Bierman PhD.,  Mark Greenberg, PhD. and Rachel M. Abenavoli.

Why practicing emotional hygiene can help us achieve better health overall. A TEDx talk by Guy Winch, PhD (@GuyWinch).

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