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Social, Emotional, and Ethical Learning — SEE Learning

Social, Emotional and Ethical (SEE) Learning™ is an innovative K-12 education program being developed at Emory University for international implementation. The program provides educators with a comprehensive framework for the development of emotional, social, and systems intelligence, as well as age-specific curricula composed of easy-to-implement lessons. Thanks to a highly qualified team of advisors, including experts from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and education, SEE Learning™ represents the state of the art in terms of trauma-informed care, social and emotional learning, mindfulness and attention training, and the science of compassion and other basic human values. 

The framework of SEE Learning™ was completed in 2017 and has already proved influential within the United States and abroad. A full year-long curriculum of roughly 50 half-hour learning experiences is currently midway through development for early elementary (K–2) and middle school (grades 5–7), and is being piloted this academic year by educators in the United States and India, more than 300 of whom were oriented to SEE Learning™ in workshops in 2017.  

To download the SEE Learning Framework document, please click here.

 

 

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