The In-School and Afterschool Social and Emotional Learning Connection Tool

As noted in the Beyond the Bell: Research to Action in the Afterschool and Expanded Learning Field brief, Linking Schools and Afterschool Through Social and Emotional Learning, school-day and out-of-school time programs must work together to support young people as they develop. Although research shows that both in-school and out-of-school time staff find social and emotional learning (SEL) important, the ways in which these different settings support young people vary.

This tool is designed for out-of-school time and in-school staff first to reflect independently on their goals for SEL and think about what is currently being done in each setting to support young people in their social and emotional development, and then to discuss how best to work collaboratively toward a common goal.

The tool is divided into three parts. Part I is for out-of-school time program leaders or staff to complete. Part II is for the school principal and other relevant school personnel to complete. Part III is for the out-of-school time and school staff to discuss and collaboratively plan.

The In-School and Afterschool Social and Emotional Learning Connection (PDF)

Which Standards does this meet? V. Family, School and Community Engagement, VI. Program Management, VII. Program Evaluation and Data
Author/Developer: American Institutes for Research (AIR)
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