"SCT worked very well for me in completing my continuing education credits in areas that interested me and were applicable to my job. I was more than impressed with the quality of the text books and the rigor of the assignments. The coursework was meaningful and special attention was given to the application of the material to the classroom. I never felt like an assignment was a waste of time. That is so important in our busy lives. SCT even worked with me to modify some assignments so that they would be more relevant to my position as a specialist. I recommend SCT without hesitation."
- Lynda R.

All Learning is Social and Emotional: Developing Essential Skills for the Classroom and Beyond

Print Based Course Printed Course

Although social and emotional learning (SEL) is most familiar as programs separate from academics, the truth is, all learning is social and emotional. What educators say, the values we express, the materials and activities we choose, and the skills we prioritize all influence how students think, see themselves, and interact with content and with others. Along with a toolbox of strategies for addressing 33 essential competencies, this course also offers real-life examples highlighting the many opportunities for social and emotional learning within the K–12 academic curriculum. Children's social and emotional development is too important to be an add-on or an afterthought, too important to be left to chance. The projected outcome of this course is to provide educators with the knowledge, understanding, and methodologies needed to integrate a SEL approach that builds essential skills that will serve students in the classroom and throughout their lives.
Instructor: Tammy Berg
Phone: 715-387-4653
Email: info@sctgradclasses.com

A sample syllabus, course objectives, or lesson overviews are available by contacting the instructor.

University of Sioux Falls 3 Enroll Anytime
(6 months to complete)
EDU_SCT.20 Print Based
QC denotes "Quarter Credits" • 5 Quarter Credits = 3.33 Semester Credits • 4 Quarter Credits = 2.67 Semester Credits