EVENT: Discussion group on the findings of the 2021 USAID-commissioned study “Social and emotional learning (SEL) and soft skills systematic review”.

EVENT: Discussion group on the findings of the 2021 USAID-commissioned study “Social and emotional learning (SEL) and soft skills systematic review”.

COP exclusive event: Discussion group on the findings of the 2021 USAID-commissioned study “Social and emotional learning (SEL) and soft skills systematic review”

When? Wednesday 23rd February at 3:00pm UTC

What? Discussion group on USAID’s SEL systematic review

Where? Zoom (sign-up via https://forms.gle/Xfgpc9y9DytfUy3m9)

INEE’s Community of Practice, in collaboration with MHPSS.net’s Community of Practice, are hosting a discussion group on the findings of the 2021 USAID-commissioned study “Social and emotional learning (SEL) and soft skills systematic review”.

We will be joined by the authors of this report – Rena Deitz and Heddy Lahmann – for a brief presentation on the report findings, followed by an open discussion.

In order that this is an engaged group and lively discussion we ask that anyone signing up for this session has at a minimum read the report brief, if not the full study.

We will be capping the group at 20 participants and it will be first-come-first-served. If you know you will not be able to make the session, please do not sign up. We hope to have other discussion groups in the future.

The first 20 to sign-up will be sent the Zoom link ahead of time. If you receive a spot but are subsequently unable to attend, please inform Rachel on rachel.smith@inee.org.

This session will be conducted in English and will not be recorded.

Please note this is not a webinar and requires active participation!

Click here to read the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Soft Skills Systematic Review Study Brief

Click here to read the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Systematic Review Full Report 

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