Supporting Social-Emotional Learning with Children’s Literature

In this episode of the Demco Open Book Webcast, Matthew Winner, school librarian, children’s literature podcast host, and thought leader in the school library space, talks with Demco’s Jackie Flavin about the importance of vulnerability when encouraging students’ social-emotional learning.

Hear Matthew’s thoughts on how to use children’s literature to support students and educators and the importance of the work that educators and librarians are doing to guide families through the unprecedented challenges of 2020 and beyond.

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Author

Liz Bowie

Liz Bowie

Marketing Content Manager at Demco, Inc.
Liz is the Marketing Content Manager for Demco. Her background includes editorial management and product development of innovative and time-saving tools for schools and libraries, with an emphasis on Common Core, literacy and math. The products she and her team have developed, including classroom games, learning centers and professional development resources, have garnered 46 industry awards for excellence in education. Liz is passionate about promoting literacy through her work and the work of others. If you are interested in sharing your ideas and programming tips on Demco’s Ideas and Inspiration blog or have ideas for topics you’d like to see covered, contact Liz at lizb@demco.com