Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Gloria Hall
Students today are faced with more challenges due to the nature of the society in which they are growing up. Children are experiencing more depression, anxiety, fear, and hopelessness—which impacts their ability to be successful academically. Social and emotional learning programs have proven to positively provide students with the necessary social and emotional skills. This study found that implementation of programming can have a direct impact on students’ social and emotional skills, as well as their academic success, when it is effectively implemented and adults have a strong awareness of their own social and emotional competency level. This must be addressed through ongoing professional learning and support that can deepen their knowledge and understanding.
Treadwell, Cynthia, "The Effectiveness of the Implementation of Social and Emotional Learning Programs Program Evaluation" (2020). Dissertations. 473.