CASEL

AcronymDefinition
CASELCollaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning
CASELCapitol Area Science Education Leaders (est. 1998; California)
CASELCollaborative for the Advancement of Social and Emotional Learning (Boulder, CO)
CASELClassroom Administrative System for Educational LANs
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Most ancient faith texts, like the Bible, contain a rather comprehensive set of teachings about self-awareness, self-management, and how to responsibly make decisions--all part of CASEL's SEL wheel.
* For more information on core social-emotional learning competencies, visit the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning's website at casel.org/core-competencies/.
These were identified in an analysis of evidence-based preschool SEL programs (White, Moore, Fleer & Anderson, 2017), and extend upon previously recognised competency clusters (CASEL, 2005).
When it comes to exercising leadership, socially and emotionally adept leaders must employ practices consistent with the defining characteristics provided by CASEL (2005), including the ability to control impulses; manage stress; exercise self-discipline; maintain motivation for themselves and their personnel; use organizational skills; and set realistic, relevant, and achievable goals.
The focus on SEL in schools was catalyzed in 1994 with the formation of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), which studies, advocates for, and provides training in SEL curriculum.
On the positive side, however, there are a small but growing number of professional groups willing and able to offer professional development services for organizations wishing to offer new programs (e.g., CASEL at www.casel.org; the Center for Disease Control, the Sociometrics Corporation, and the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence; see also Wandersman, Imm, Chinman, & Kaftarian, 2000).
When the resistance force was small, vehicle could be driven at the target speed (Casel and 5).
This recognition is strongly reflected in major collaborative school-based research reports including KidsMatter (Slee et al 2009), CASEL (Payton et al 2008), PATHS (Kusche and Greenberg 1994; Greenberg and Kusche;1998, 1997, 1993) and SEAL (Humphrey et al 2010) that have as their focus the social and emotional well-being of students.
XX con el pensamiento de Odo Casel y su lectura de la patristica y la valencia teologica de la celebracion de los misterios de culto, junto a Karl Rahner y Louis Marie Chauvet.