Relationships in Education: June 2017 Roundup

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Measuring social-emotional skills among students is not easy. Find out how one school assesses them. By Jen Curtis (jencurtis0345).

New book offers strategies for teachers to help students thrive. By Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo).

How teachers are weaving social-emotional learning into everyday academics. By Evie Blad (@EvieBlad).

Many teachers feel contradictions in education abound: they are “valued professionals,” yet are also micromanaged. By Monica Washington (@TexasTOY2014), 2014 Texas Teacher of the Year.

A new guide, published by Harvard Graduate School of Education, assists school districts in developing an approach to social-emotional learning. By Jane Meredith Adams (@janeadams).


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