Using Literature to Promote Social-Emotional Learning at Home

From picture books to graphic novels and chapter books, reading is an engaging opportunity for students to explore the full range of social-emotional learning skills. In this workshop, we will talk not only about popular titles, but also explore strategies for helping learners make connections between characters and events in literature and their own lives that support social and emotional development.

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