“What teachers told us provides a roadmap for the ways that school leaders, families and communities can help support social emotional learning for all students,” said Ron Kirschenbaum, managing partner, ReadTheory.
Other key findings of the survey include:
- Eighty percent of teachers indicated that some, most, or all students need support with social emotional needs.
- Nearly 60 percent of teachers said that the pandemic impacted their students’ motivation to learn.
- Teachers’ mental wellness throughout the pandemic affected their performance. More than 60 percent told ReadTheory their mental wellness impacted instruction.
- More than 50 percent of teachers said they had not received any SEL training.
- The home-school connection is not happening when it comes to SEL. Nearly 50 percent of teachers said families do not have the resources to teach SEL at home.
This press release originally appeared online.
- Could nearly half of cybersecurity leaders leave their roles by 2025? - March 21, 2023
- 5 innovative ways educators are using digital learning tools - March 15, 2023
- Use these 5 learner-centered models to inspire educators - March 10, 2023