May 18th, 2020


The crisis has changed the paradigm. SEL should address new dynamics and stressors where "classroom," "school," "home" and "family" have multiple compelled definitions. The human relationships within these has been altered and students are experiencing increasing vulnerabilities and uneven access. To support well-being, build relationships and prioritize SEL, students may benefit from personally interfacing with trained, trusted professionals. This is sometimes difficult as technology know how and resources are not equal. Students could also benefit from an extremely safe digital platform where they can interface with their peers as a means of sharing ideas and building a community of school friends and learners that is monitored via automated programming.

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Hi Jack:
Thanks for joining the conversations. Safely interacting with peers in a virtual setting is an interesting idea. What entity would you like to see developing something like that?

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