Social-emotional learning develops students’ capacity for self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, interpersonal relationships, and decision-making.
Research on social-emotional learning
A recent study by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation suggests an increasing amount of teachers across Canada are seeing a rise in both the rate and severity of violence in schools.
In this session from PFE's 2017 Making connections conference, we learn about new ways students are being assessed in the classroom, and what it means for parents, students, and teachers.
Students need more than the 3Rs to be successful in school and in life. Health, citizenship, social-emotional, and creativity competencies are the ‘survival skills’ for the 21st century.
In this session from PFE's 2017 Making connections conference, panelists provide a vision of what schooling can look like in our rapidly changing world, and how parents and teachers can realize this vision together.
In this keynote address from PFE's 2017 Making connections conference, Dr. Clinton takes us on a tour of what a school could look like, with an emphasis on the formation of relationships.
How can our public education system support students' development of competencies in creativity, citizenship, health, and social-emotional learning?
In our recent response to the Ministry of Education's proposed well-being strategy, we identified three areas of concern.
Did you miss our annual conference in November? Were you there, but want to re-visit some of the sessions?
We invited our conference speakers to share a few key takeaways and resources, and here's what we've heard so far...
This report provides an update on People for Education’s Measuring What Matters (MWM) initiative, including some of the early findings coming out of the school field trials.
Social-emotional learning in the news
People for Education releases 19th Annual Report on Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools.