By: Dale Blyth and Teresa Borowski As SEL has both gained credibility and popularity the number of different SEL-related frameworks has grown and the use of the same words to mean different things as well as using different words for the same thing has become problematic. The Assessment Work Group (AWG) responsible for Measuring SEL and others in the field recognize the problems this can create in practice – Which framework does one choose? Which competencies does one seek to build in young people? How do you rally around a common language when each department or program or service uses a different framework? To tackle these issues the AWG established a Frameworks Subgroup co-chaired by Roger Weissberg and Stephanie […]Read More about Frameworks, Frameworks Everywhere — What are Practitioners to Do?