To support classroom teachers and building leaders in implementing systematic social-emotional learning (SEL), district leaders need to know what types of support educators need. That’s why Panorama Education went straight to the source to find out the key challenges that keep educators from bringing social-emotional learning into the classroom.
Three key themes emerged from their answers:
- Teachers are feeling burned out.
- Teachers feel they lack time.
- Teachers need more skill development.
We’ve laid out these results in an infographic highlighting what we’re hearing from teachers. Explore our results below—the answers may surprise you!
The best way to solve these SEL challenges? As a leader in supporting SEL initiatives, we’ve found that the most impactful change comes from district-level solutions.
Our District Leader’s Guide to Building Teacher Capacity for SEL offers multiple strategies and practical resources to implement these solutions.
Download the District Leader’s Guide to Building Teacher Capacity for SEL.