Taking SEL in your building to the next level
9:30 AM | Tuesday, Nov 12 | Room: A 220–222
Social-emotional learning (SEL) has bypassed IQ as a significant indicator of academic and career success. Students need the skills to develop ideas, be empathetic and collaboratively solve problems as well as the resilience and adaptability to learn and master new things. OSBA reveals how nonacademic skills can drive better academic outcomes and prepare children to thrive.
deputy chief executive, OSBA