Social and emotional learning in education cohort


Journal Article


Robinson, S. D.


The paper examines social and emotional learning (SEL) in one teacher education cohort based on 10 cohort learning activities. Findings suggest that candidates engaged in SEL competencies: self-awareness, social awareness, and relationship skills in the activities. Implications suggest mapping teacher education curriculum and instruction that foster candidate growth in each SEL competency. Also, candidate discussions of their engagements in SEL activities may be used to interpret their levels of adult development that may foster deep insights into candidate identity.


Robinson, S. D. (2017). Social and emotional learning in education cohort. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 21(2), 30–36.