Social and emotional learning: a framework for promoting mental health and reducing risk behavior in children and youth.

@article{Payton2000SocialAE,
  title={Social and emotional learning: a framework for promoting mental health and reducing risk behavior in children and youth.},
  author={J. Wayne Payton and Dana Meritt Wardlaw and Patricia Arlene. Graczyk and Michelle R. Bloodworth and Carolyn J. Tompsett and Roger P. Weissberg},
  journal={The Journal of school health},
  year={2000},
  volume={70 5},
  pages={
          179-85
        }
}
Many programs have been developed to help schools enhance students' health and reduce the prevalence of drug use, violence, and high-risk sexual behaviors. How should educators choose among these? This article describes selection criteria based on theory, research, and best educational practice that identify key social and emotional learning (SEL) competencies and program features. The SEL competencies for students include 17 skills and attitudes organized into four groups: awareness of self… CONTINUE READING
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