Social Emotional Learning, Character, and Ethics
Social emotional learning skills (SEL) are critical to students’ educational development. In fact, 99% of principals see SEL as important and teachable [Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)]. Developing self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills are vital for success in school and beyond. At Concordia, we bring a unique approach to SEL that blends leading practices with a special focus on character and ethics.
With a focus on servant leadership and social emotional learning, character, and ethics, educators will join a growing community of educators, counselors, and administrators in the global push for student support systems that reach the whole child and promote long-term change. Join a cohort of future-focused, ambitious leaders who embrace the tenets of servant leadership and treat students with respect while pushing them to reach their full potential.