SuperEval Blog

Is Hybrid Learning Here to Stay?

June 7th, 2021

The academic classroom model is centuries old. While some corporations have embraced remote workforces, and some online universities have carved a niche for themselves in the higher education space, ask any educator if two years ago they would have predicted even the possibility of permanently hybrid learning, and the vast majority would have been highly […]

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Are Your Teachers Receiving Adequate Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Training?

February 3rd, 2021

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process in which children acquire and apply the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to understand and manage their emotions, feel empathy, maintain and nurture positive relationships, be goal-oriented, and make responsible decisions. It is a vital component of every young person’s development. SEL skills are critical not only during youth […]

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Is Social-Emotional Learning Top of Mind in Your School District?

November 5th, 2020

As our communities continue to diversify, schools are responsible to educate students across a broad array of ethnicities, races, religions, and cultural backgrounds. School leaders must acknowledge the importance of social-emotional learning and foster equitable academic environments that promote acceptance and embrace differences. Social-emotional learning can help students develop a healthy curiosity for people whose […]

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Principals Find the Time to Assess SEL in Your Schools

November 3rd, 2020

By, Sue Corrie, Retired Elementary School Principal, Clarence CSD Traditionally, as students and teachers settled into classrooms in the fall, building administrators begin organizing those special fall events such as Open House, Book Fairs, Fall Festivals, Homecoming, fall plays and more. However, this year brought very different organizing and scheduling challenges. Creating schedules within hybrid […]

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