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Petersen K.  2012.  Activities for building character and social-emotional learning. Grades 6-8. Safe & caring schools; Variation: Petersen, Katia.; Safe & caring schools.. :202.
Rikoon SH, Brenneman MW, Petway, II KT.  2016.  Assessing Social-Emotional Learning. State Education Standard. 16(3):20-23.
McKown C.  2019.  Assessing students' social and emotional learning: a guide to meaningful measurement. Norton books in education; The Norton series on social emotional learning solutions. :110.
Brackett MA, Reyes MR, Rivers SE, Elbertson NA, Salovey P.  2012.  Assessing Teachers' Beliefs about Social and Emotional Learning. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 30(3):219-236.
Hunter LJ, DiPerna JC, Hart SCrandall, Crowley M.  2018.  At what cost? Examining the cost effectiveness of a universal social-emotional learning program School Psychology Quarterly: The Official Journal of the Division of School Psychology, American Psychological Association. 33(1):147-154.
Beland K.  2007.  Boosting Social and Emotional Competence. Educational Leadership. 64(7):68-71.
Zins JE.  2004.  Building academic success on social and emotional learning: what does research say? Series on social emotional learning; Variation: Series on social emotional learning.. :244.
Kasler J, Hen M, Nov ASharabi.  2013.  Building Emotional Competence in Educators. International Journal of Higher Education. 2(4):31-41.
Reicher H.  2010.  Building Inclusive Education on Social and Emotional Learning: Challenges and Perspectives--A Review. International Journal of Inclusive Education. 14(3):213-246.
Wang H, Chu J, Loyalka P, Xin T, Shi Y, Qu Q, Yang C.  2016.  Can Social-Emotional Learning Reduce School Dropout in Developing Countries? Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 35(4):818-847.
Schonfeld DJ, Adams RE, Fredstrom BK, Weissberg RP, Gilman R, Voyce C, Tomlin R, Speese-Linehan D.  2015.  Cluster-randomized trial demonstrating impact on academic achievement of elementary social-emotional learning. School Psychology Quarterly: The Official Journal of the Division of School Psychology, American Psychological Association. 30(3):406-420.

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