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Cooperative Collection Development -- CCD: Social Emotional Learning

• The School Library System (SLS) Cooperative Collection Development Plan is developed as part of the resource sharing component of the plan of service.




Magen David Yeshivah's Hearts & Minds Collection: Social Emotional Learning Collection is used by students, parents, and teachers in this K - 8 school.  The collection was curated by  Margaret Tice & Julie Goldschmied, Librarians, and by Rose Lee Pifko,  Magen David Yeshivah's  Director of Guidance/School Psychologist


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My Collection

Casel Sociat Emotional Learning Circle

Curious to know what Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is all about? 

Looking for ways to improve the culture at your school in order to provide a safe, supportive, and engaging learning environment where students can thrive? 

Searching for the right book to help an anxious student or to support empathy in the classroom? 

The CCD Social Emotional Learning Collection is for students in grades K-8, educators and parents.  Included are resources for educators on developing an SEL curriculum, books about getting along, feelings, emotions, aggression, empathy, mindfulness, self-awareness, relationships, good decision making, and bullying.  Parents and teachers can also find resources here to help guide those important discussions about SEL issues with children.  Students can find great reading materials on the SEL topics that are most important.


Highlights from the collection



From a Scholastic blog post by Sam Wedelich


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Margaret Tice
Magen David Yeshivah
2130 McDonald Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11223
718-236-5905 ext. 77022

Social Emotional Learning in the Library

Social Emotional Health: Letters from Rose Lee Pifko, School Psychologist

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