Parenting for Competence and Parenting with Competence: Essential Connections Between Parenting and Social and Emotional Learning (2018)

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Parenting for Competence and Parenting with Competence: Essential Connections Between Parenting and Social and Emotional Learning

Authors: Jennifer S. Miller, Shannon B. Wanless, and Roger P. Weissberg

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The purpose of this investigation was to examine connections between the field of school-based social and emotional learning (SEL) and SEL in parenting. Although there are a number of evidence-based parenting programs that use SEL strategies and show positive relations with parent and child outcomes, this research base is largely separate from the burgeoning school-based research. There may be ways, however, that these sets of research may inform each other while attuning to the unique aspects of each context (see Figure 1).


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