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Sheldon H. Berman, EdD, is AASA’s Lead Superintendent for Social-Emotional Learning, having implemented highly successful and systemic SEL programs in each of the four districts he served as superintendent spanning 28 years. The author of numerous articles and books on SEL topics—including Children’s Social Consciousness and the Development of Social Responsibility and Promising Practices in Teaching Social Responsibility—he was a member of the Council of Distinguished Educators of the National Commission on Social, Emotional and Academic Development and was the primary author of the Commission’s SEL practice report.
Chapter 1: Why Does SEL Matter?
Chapter 2: What Is SEL?
Chapter 3: How Should We Implement SEL?—What The Research Tells Us
Chapter 4: Striving for Deep and Transformational Learning—Virginia Beach City Public Schools (Virginia)
Chapter 5: Responding to Demographic Challenges—Marshalltown Community School District (Iowa)
Chapter 6: Taking the First Steps—Moriarty–Edgewood School District (New Mexico)
Chapter 7: Targeting SEL Standards—Naperville Community Unit School District 203 (Illinois)
Chapter 8: Making SEL Foundational—Corvallis School District (Oregon)
Chapter 9: Building for Sustainability—Cleveland Metropolitan School District (Ohio)
Chapter 10: Promising Practices at the Secondary Level
Chapter 11: What Have We Learned?
About the Author