Social-Emotional Learning and the Power of Stories

To Be Presented at: The TCEA Convention & Exposition
Presentation Date: January 31st, 2021
Presentation Slides: https://bit.ly/SEL0221
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Social-emotional learning, or SEL, involves teaching our students incredibly important life skills, such as managing emotions, developing empathy, and fostering relationships. As librarians, we can help our students improve their SEL skills through the power of stories. Books, social media, and personal narratives can all be used to widen our students’ perspectives and celebrate diversity.

Strategies and resources will be shared to help you find the right books and tools for your students.

Published by AdrianaLuisaWhite

Autistic school librarian and former special education teacher. MA Ed in Special Education and MLIS with a focus on Youth Services and Storytelling. I love learning about libraries, autism, books, and dinosaurs.

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