COVID-19 closures disrupted learning and established routines for children, created anxiety and uncertainty and created added stresses for families already contending with challenges. Now more than ever, recognizing and addressing the emotional, mental and behavioral needs of children are critical. Delaware Department of Education and Parent Information Center of Delaware have partnered to offer a 5-part series for children and families on social emotional learning.
The following recordings are now available by accessing the links below or via our Online Video Portal
Understanding Social Emotional Learning (SEL): What is it and why should I know about it? – Recorded September 10, 2020
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SEL in the Home & Community – Recorded September 17, 2020
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Recorded September 24, 2020
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