Student Social-Emotional Well-Being

Student social-emotional well-being should be a central focus of every child’s education, understanding that a happy and healthy child is the foundation to student learning. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has disrupted the educational environment leading to increased levels of stress for student learners. Using the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework, the following video provides strategies for educators to address student social-emotional well-being in a virtual learning environment.

Featured in this video was:

  • Carla Crawford, Teacher, Dublin City Schools
  • Clay Rice, Teacher, Hilliard City Schools
  • Dr. Kisha Radliff, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University
  • Dr. Dustin Miller, Clinical Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University



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Partnership and Professional Licensure Considerations in School-Based Physical and Mental Health

Casel Cares: Covid Resources

Well-Being and Connection During COVID-19