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Panel Discussion: Social Emotional Learning during a Pandemic

Teach For America and the Susan Crown Exchange present a panel discussion on what we've learned about social emotional learning during COVID-19.

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Implementing SEL: Case Studies from Three National Organizations

Three case studies on SEL implementation from Y-USA, Wyman, and the David P. Weikart Center for Program Quality hope to stimulate conversations around the importance of SEL.

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DoSomething Impactathon

We asked 15 young people “How might we improve people’s judgement in digital spaces?” Together with our partner DoSomething.org, we hosted an Impactathon where those young people designed solutions.

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Chicago Ideas: Digital Rights and Responsibilities

These resources encourage youth to think critically about online environments and elevate youth voice around the topic of Digital Rights and Responsibilities.

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Chicago Ideas: Digital Rights and Responsibilities Resource Packet

These activities are designed to help youth discuss the emerging topic of digital rights and responsibilities.

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Chicago Ideas: Digital Accountability Resource Packet

These three sessions help young people learn more about how digital spaces are designed -- and how they can make them better.

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Chicago Ideas: Digital Ethics and Practice Resource Packet

These three resources support youth in pinpointing the biggest challenges they see in digital life -- and developing guidelines to address them.

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Chicago Ideas: Principles of Digital Community

This infographic offers a set of principles that promote more positive online experiences.

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SCE: Who We Are

Our organizational video highlights SCE's partnerships with youth-serving organizations across the country.

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The Power of Social and Emotional Learning

At SCE, we are invested in creating a more robust ecosystem of learning experiences for youth that fosters their social and emotional development. Watch this video to see what social and emotional learning looks like in practice.

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Emotion Regulation in Out-of-School Time

Strong emotion regulation skills can help youth improve their relationships with others, achieve long-term physical and mental well-being, and perform better in work or school.

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Building Empathy in Out-of-School Time

Out-of-School Time (OST) settings provide unique opportunities to help youth become more empathic and compassionate toward each other.

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Using Data to Improve Out-of-School Digital Learning Programs

Leaders from some of the most innovative out-of-school learning organizations in the United States discuss the roles that data can play in youth-focused informal learning programs.

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Creating Big, Ambitious, Collaborative Projects

Juan Pablo Sarmiento and Rafi Santo from New York University facilitate a conversation about ambitious, collaborative projects for youth with Brian Cohen (Beam Center), Anjel Newman (AS220 Youth), and Jeff McCarter (Free Spirit Media).

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Professional Learning and Staff Capacity to Support Out-of-School Digital Learning Programs

Rafi Santo from New York University facilitates a discussion about professional learning and staff capacity in the context of digital learning with Hillary Kolos (DreamYard), Mike Saunders (West Michigan Center for Arts & Technology), and Mary Reisenwitz (Digital Harbor Foundation).

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Panel Discussion: Youth Power = Stronger Identities, Stronger Social and Emotional Learning Skills

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