How Universities Are Positively Impacting Grades PreK-6 Through Social Emotional Learning

NUS @ASUGSVSummit: How Universities Are Positively Impacting Grades...

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National University Launches Teacher Pathway Inclusion Program to Address a Nationwide Demand for Educators of Diverse Backgrounds to Serve High-Need Areas

San Diego, CA – The Sanford College of Education at National University, which recommends more teachers in California for credentials than any other university in the state, has launched the Teacher Pathway Inclusion Program to strengthen San Diego County’s local teacher pipeline. The initiative, which has the support of the San Diego County Office of …

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NUS at ASU GSV: Radical Affordability at all Stages of the Degree and Career Cycle

Addressing college affordability is increasingly an imperative among higher education institutions, particularly with economists raising concerns that $1.5 trillion in student loan debt pile could have economic impacts. At the same time, more employers are putting a premium on advanced degrees and lifelong learning through workforce development. Two panels at the ASU GSV conference, featuring experts …

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NUS @ASUGSVSummit: How Universities Are Positively Impacting Grades PreK-6 Through Social Emotional Learning

Studies show the benefits of social emotional learning (SEL) in PreK-6, including positive classroom behavior and individual student success, are beginning to drive a more widespread integration of this holistic approach to teaching into schools’ curriculum. Programs such as Sanford Harmony and Sanford Inspire, inspired by renowned philanthropist T. Denny Sanford and distributed regionally through …

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NUS @ASUGSVSummit: Healthy Kids Learn Better

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s Kathy Higgins and Elizabeth Cook shared how social emotional learning is foundational to children’s health in a presentation entitled “Healthy Kids Learn Better: Why Social Emotional Learning is Foundational to Children’s Health” at the 2019 ASU GSV Summit. During their session, they emphasized the importance of a child’s physical, …

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NUS @ASUGSVSummit: Expanding the Vision for Social Emotional Learning Through Research, Policy and Practice

According to a report released earlier this year by the Aspen Institute’s National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development, more than 80 percent of teachers believe that social emotional skills are beneficial to students and concurrently want more support to implement these approaches to learning. During a panel discussion at the ASU GSV Summit, …

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NUS @ASUGSVSummit: Delivering a Tailored Educational Experience

Today’s college students have become accustomed to experiencing tailored digital experiences through Google Maps and commerce-site product recommendations. At the ASU GSV Summit, several National University faculty and staff spoke on a panel about how higher education can better respond to these expectations by creating learning pathways that are distinctively personalized to how each student …

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