Resources to empower
Upon the completion of high school, young adults increase their independence and begin to master skills that will help them become productive members of society. During this time they may show an increased interest in their culture, community, social responsibilities and government or politics. They will enter and complete college and/or workforce training with 21st century skills. There will also be an additional exploration of attitudes, values and life possibilities as they move through this age band.
This blog by Elena Aguilar is aimed at adults and shares 5 ways to improve social and emotional learning.
This article discusses 10 ways to engage in lifelong learning.
This TED Talks playlist includes videos that discuss happiness in the workplace.
This is a network that provides Social and emotional Learning resources.
This is the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) Social-Emotional Learning Roadmap for reopening schools.