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Learner Reviews & Feedback for SEL for Students: A Path to Social Emotional Well-Being by University of Colorado Boulder

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About the Course

Social and emotional learning, or SEL, programs have flourished in schools during the last decade. In this course the instructor (Emily Price) introduces you to the history and framings of social and emotional learning preK-12 curricula, as well as various elementary, middle, and high school SEL programs and associated research. This course is a part of the 5-course Specialization “The Teacher and Social Emotional Learning (SEL)”. Interested in earning 3 university credits from the University of Colorado-Boulder for this specialization? If so check out "How you can earn 3 university credits from the University of Colorado-Boulder for this specialization" reading in the first module of this course for additional information. We want to note that the courses in this Specialization were designed with a three-credit university course load in mind. As a participant you may notice a bit more reading content and a little less video/lecture content. Completing and passing the SEL Specialization allows the participant to apply for 3 graduate credits toward teacher re-certification and professional enhancement. We want to ensure the quality and high standards of a University of Colorado learning experience. Interested in earning 3 graduate credits from the University of Colorado-Boulder for The Teacher and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Specialization? Check out "How you can earn 3 university credits from the University of Colorado-Boulder for this specialization" reading in the first week of this course for more information....

Top reviews

JW

Apr 20, 2019

Excellent information about students self awareness, social awareness, self management, interpersonal relationships and problem solving. Research based instruction from UC-Boulder. Awesome course.

MM

Mar 12, 2018

This course provided insight in to the reasons social emotional learning is vital for students' success in life, and provided many data points to support SEL as an academic positive, as well.

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By Abdullah E

Jan 4, 2021

Very beneficial course. I learned new skills and got alot of information.

By Kelly O

Jun 4, 2020

This SEL course was fantastic. By far one of the best courses I've taken.

By Alexaundrea W

Mar 23, 2022

This was intense but 100% worth all the reading. I learned a lot.

By Amber S

May 4, 2019

Good connection to what is happening in classrooms at this moment.

By Wafa A

Jun 4, 2021

Excellent content with very important information, Thank you.

By Camille G

Nov 15, 2019

Very interesting and applicable to my professional context

By Nicole H

Mar 3, 2021

The instructions from the instructor were very clearly.

By Vasif V

May 22, 2018

Perfect.It was very useful for me .I recommend you.

By James S

Dec 8, 2020

An excellent course for any Educator to take...

By Jiska H

Jun 4, 2019

I love this course about the heart of teaching.

By Pete B

Mar 13, 2019

Concise, well-structured and easy to digest!

By Jennifer

Jun 12, 2018

Excellent course! I would highly recommend!

By Lisa W

Feb 29, 2020

Excellent delivery and great information!

By Hend A M

Jan 26, 2020

Amazing lectures with amazing professors

By Glarries n m

Apr 4, 2021

Very good and interesting subjects

By Humera P

Sep 21, 2019

very informative and user friendly

By Jay N

Apr 10, 2020

This course is very insightful.

By Javeria R

Oct 11, 2020

Thank you for this course

By amecia h

Apr 15, 2022

Interesting course

By HITESH J J

Jun 29, 2022

Excellent...!

By Dileep K P

May 3, 2022

informative

By Tara O

Mar 1, 2018

Excellent

By ELMER P M P

Jun 19, 2022

excelent

By Mona A A

Jun 2, 2021

GOOD

By Jose I F

Mar 14, 2020

It was a great experience to participate in this course. It was very informative about the topic, but I would suggest to provide more info about the tools or practices that we can use or implement with kids and adolescents to develop social and emotional learning, apart of talking about the programs that are currently available in the matter.