Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom

Second Edition
Promoting Mental Health and Academic Success

Barbara A. Gueldner, Laura L. Feuerborn, and Kenneth W. Merrell
Foreword by Roger P. Weissberg

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August 30, 2020
ISBN 9781462544011
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268 Pages
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“The authors have created a very readable, practical, and comprehensive how-to manual for creating system change to support SEL. This updated second edition is a 'must read' for those in the fields of education and mental health who want the most up-to-date information on SEL. The book presents numerous ideas and actions that will help any school or teacher support students and create caring, compassionate, and supportive classrooms for all.”

—Mark T. Greenberg, PhD, Emeritus Bennett Chair of Prevention Science, The Pennsylvania State University; Chairperson, CREATE for Education

“Gueldner and colleagues offer hands-on advice on how to implement SEL in real-world classrooms and schools. They provide critical information on how to select and implement evidence-based SEL curricula, as well as how to adapt SEL interventions to best meet the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students and families. Whether you are new to the world of SEL or have been engaged in implementation for years, this book is an essential resource. I look forward to sharing this book with future educators and school psychologists, and to using it in my own research within schools.”

—Katie Eklund, PhD, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Madison

“This is a key reference for anyone interested in 'walking the talk' of SEL. The volume offers practical wisdom to educators committed to meaningful, lasting, and effective practices. Rooted in the latest research and hard-won experience in the field, the book reflects a deep commitment to helping educators do SEL well. It is sophisticated yet accessible and practical—a rare combination. This book is important reading for practitioners, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students alike.”

—Clark A. McKown, PhD, Division of Behavioral Sciences, Rush University Medical Center