Evidence for Learning, with our partners at VicHealth and ACER, is developing a systematic review to understand robust evidence behind some of the most effective SEL approaches in which students work with (and alongside) their peers, teachers, family or community. Three broad categories of SEL interventions can be identified: 1. Universal programs; 2. More specialised programs which are targeted at students with particular social or emotional problems; 3. School-level approaches to developing a positive school ethos.
What you’ll learn:
- Effective evidence-informed approaches in SEL.
- SEL approaches specific for peers, teachers, family or community working with students.
- An overview and general understanding of three categories of SEL interventions.
A panel discussion will be facilitated by Dr Tanya Vaughan in response to your submitted questions, joined by our panel members:
- Dr Katherine Dix (ACER)
- Michael Rosenbrock (Wodonga Senior Secondary College)
- Dr Pauline Ho (E4L)
Webinar presentation slides – fostering student wellbeingUploaded: • 5.2 MB - pdf
- Teaching & Learning Toolkit: Social and emotional learning
- Australasian Research Summary: Social and emotional learning
- Guidance Report: Putting evidence to work – a school’s guide to implementation
- Guidance Report from EEF: Special Educational Needs in Mainstream Schools
- Be You: Fact sheets
- Be You: Wellbeing Tools for Students
- Be You: Australian SEL Programs Directory