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Social and Emotional Learning

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is an integral part of education and human development. SEL is the process where adults, children and youth acquire and apply knowledge, skills and attitudes to:

  • manage emotions
  • achieve personal and collective goals
  • feel and show empathy
  • establish and maintain supportive relationships
  • make responsible and caring decisions

SEL advances educational equity and excellence.


Adapted from CASEL.org


 


connect with us:

If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please feel free to contact us. 

Rebecca Chaytor - Coordinator for Social Emotional Learning & Helping Teacher
email: chaytor_r@surreyschools.ca        ph: 604-595-6448

Jennifer Boudreau - Social and Emotional Learning Advocate
email: boudreau_j@surreyschools.ca     ph: 604-595-6381

Sarah Dekerf - Social and Emotional Learning Advocate
email: dekerf_s@surreyschools.ca         ph: 604-595-6199

Rebecca Budrow - Social and Emotional Learning Sr. District Office Clerk
email: budrow_r@surreyschools.ca       ph: 604-595-6032
 


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