Relationships in Education: May 2017 Roundup

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

Taking these steps to encourage healthy use of technology can minimize negative developmental and emotional effects on children.  Written by Crystal Lantz.

Managing major classroom disruptions involves immediate stabilization, followed by intervention. By Richard Curwin, Ed.D., Director of the Behavior Disorder Graduate Program at David Yellin College.

Researchers in Britain have made a child-sized robot to help autistic children learn social skills, such as making eye contact and eating together. By Patrick Johnston (@PJReuters).

Social emotional curricula are uncommon in colleges, despite the prevalence of SEL programs in K-12 schools. Written by Norian Caporale-Berkowitz. 


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