Culturally Responsive & Social Emotional Learning
Introducing the STUDENT EMPOWERMENT THROUGH SEL IN MUSIC EDUCATION webinar series presented by Save The Music and the Center for Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning (ArtsEdSEL). When social emotional learning (SEL) is embedded into music education, students learn the skills that will help them confront life’s complexities and challenges long after they leave the music classroom. Webinars are geared towards music educators but are also relevant for student musicians, parents and families, and music education advocates. Join us for our free webinar series throughout the school year!
Also known as ArtsEdSEL, the center is a national institution dedicated to illuminating the intersection between arts education and social emotional learning (SEL) to facilitate the application of SEL-informed arts education.
The CRE Hub provides the history, tools, and resources to contextualize and build the movement for culturally responsive education and ethnic studies. Watch the stories, read the research, learn the history, and see more guidance in the Remote Learning section of the Hub’s website.
This document, derived from the 2017 Yale Symposium on Music in Schools, is designed primarily for the fields of music and education at their broadest contexts, challenging these fields to assertively claim music as a social, educational, and cultural right for our cities’ students.
Decolonizing the Music Room uses research, training, and discourse to help music educators develop critical practices and center the voices, knowledge, and experiences of BBIA (Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Asian) in order to challenge the historical dominance of white Western European and American music, narratives, and practices.
Published by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), download this pamphlet to learn more about how music educators are well suited to help students develop socially and emotionally. Includes concise and captivating information to jump start anyone’s learning on this topic.
Teaching Tolerance and experts from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network share their recommendations for educators supporting students during the COVID-19 crisis.