Special Ed Students Have Lost Many Services. Here’s How SEL Strategies Can Help, FLS News Issue 1043 Tue 9 June 2020



“Education is not the product of teaching. Learning is the product of the activity of learners.” ― John Holt [more quotes]
🕛 7 Mins |  Social & Emotional Learning
Special Ed Students Have Lost Many Services. Here’s How SEL Strategies Can Help
The necessary and rapid move to…..
🕛 4 Mins | Response to COVID-19
EdTech—the use of information and…..
🕛 13 Mins  | Response to COVID-19
How Covid-19 Is Changing The World’s Children
From their academic success to their….
🕛 2 Mins  | Disabilities
Including Learners With Disabilities In COVID-19 Education Responses
UNESCO joined its partners in the…..
 Mins | Response to COVID-19
How Remote Education During COVID-10 Affects Students

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to …..
UNESCO Bangkok Initiative 
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The review will present the value that Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) can bring to mainstream education.

In such unprecedented times during the COVID-19,  the launch is expected to benefit us all,highlighting the importance of SEL in our daily lives. However, we would particularly encourage the following audiences to join us for a very exciting virtual launch event: educators, teachers, school leaders, parents, academics, researchers, those working in the field of education and SEL – and the beneficiaries themselves – the children!


Date: 18 July 2020 (National Mandela Day)