Researchers, educators, employers, and parents agree that social and emotional learning (SEL) and “non-academic” skills matter for success in school and life, but it can be difficult to decide which skills to focus on – let alone how best to promote and measure them. Learn More.
See how much each framework focuses on six common areas of SEL.
See where skills in one framework are related to skills in another.
See where similar SEL skills appear across frameworks.
Learn more about widely-used “non-academic” frameworks, and compare skills and features
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Use our guide, Navigating SEL from the Inside Out, to explore and compare the different skills, strategies, and features offered by 25 leading SEL programs and select a curriculum that works best for you.
This paper by Stephanie Jones and the EASEL Lab highlights how clear and precise language leads to better research and practice in the field of SEL.
This recent issue of the Future of Children, organized and edited by Dr. Stephanie Jones of the EASEL Lab, examines the latest research on social-emotional development and interventions.
This brief by Stephanie Jones and the EASEL Lab describes what frameworks are, how they influence the field, and why it’s important to look across them.Coming Soon