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The uninvited guest of war enters childhood: developmental and personality aspects of war and military violence

Author: Raija-Leena Punamäki
Full Citation: Punamäki, R-L. (2002). The uninvited guest of war enters childhood: developmental and personality aspects of war and military violence. Traumatology, 8 (3), pp: 181- 204
Resource Type:
  • Conceptual Review
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Brief report: integrating social-emotional learning with literacy instruction: an intervention for children at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders

Author: Ann Daunic, Nancy Corbett, Stephen Smith, Tia Barnes, Lourdes Santiago-Poventud, Pam Chalfant, Donna Pitts and Jeisha Gleaton
Full Citation: Daunic, A., et al. (2013). Brief report: integrating social-emotional learning with literacy instruction: an intervention for children at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders. Behavioral Disorders, 39 (1 ), pp: 43-51
Resource Type:
  • Research
    • Qualitative
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
Location(s):
  • North America
    • United States
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning

Improving the quality of school interactions and student well-being: impacts of one year of a school-based program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Author: Catalina Torrente, Brian Johnston, Leighann Starkey, Edward Seidman, Anjuli Shivshanker, Nina Weisenhorn, Jeannie Annan, and John Lawrence Aber
Full Citation: Torrente, C. et al. (2015). Improving the quality of school interactions and student well-being: impacts of one year of a school-based program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Journal on Education in Emergencies, 1 (1).
Resource Type:
  • Research
    • Quantitative
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Conflict-Affected Areas
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • Africa
    • DRC
Posted in Conflict-Affected Areas, Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Starting early to build stronger and more peaceful societies

Author: UNICEF
Full Citation: UNICEF. (2015). Starting early to build stronger and more peaceful societies. (Advocacy Brief). New York: Author
Resource Type:
  • Guidance Documents and Tools
Topic(s):
  • Design, Implement, Research and Evaluate for Better EiCC Programs
    • Peacebuilding Programming
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • SRGBV
  • Understand and Strive for Equity
Location(s):
  • Africa
    • Cote D'Ivoire
    • Uganda
Posted in Design, Implement, Research and Evaluate for Better EiCC Programs, Make Learning Safer, Peacebuilding Programming, Social Emotional Learning, SRGBV, Understand and Strive for Equity

Learning and resilience: the crucial role of social and emotional well-being in contexts of adversity (technical guidance note)

Author: Andrea Diaz Varela, Jo Kelcey, Joel Reyes, Meridith Gould, Jennifer Sklar
Full Citation: Varela, A. D., Kelcey, J., Reyes, J., Gould, M., & Sklar, M. (2013). Learning and resilience: the crucial role of social and emotional well-being in contexts of adversity. (Technical guidance note). (n.p): World Bank and International Rescue Committee
Resource Type:
  • Guidance Documents and Tools
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • General
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Exploring the relationship of Iranian EFL learners’ critical thinking and self-regulation with their reading comprehension ability

Author: Narges Kamgara and Esmaeil Jadidi
Full Citation: Kamgar, N., & Jadidi, E. (2016). Exploring the relationship of Iranian EFL learners’ critical thinking and self-regulation with their reading comprehension ability. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 232, pp: 776-783.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
Location(s):
  • Middle East
    • Iran
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning

Psychosocial support and social and emotional learning for children and youth in emergency settings (background paper)

Author: The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Full Citation: INEE. (2016). Psychosocial support and social and emotional learning for children and youth in emergency settings. (Background paper). New York: Author
Resource Type:
  • Conceptual Review
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • General
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Companion recovery model to reduce the effects of profound catastrophic trauma for former child soldiers in Ganta, Liberia

Author: Jenifer Gregory and David G. Embrey
Full Citation: Gregory, J., & Embrey, D. (2009). Companion recovery model to reduce the effects of profound catastrophic trauma for former child soldiers in Ganta, Liberia. Traumatology, 15, (1), 40-51.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • Africa
    • Liberia
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Evaluation of the UNICEF school-based psychosocial program for war-exposed adolescents as implemented during the 2000-2001 school year (technical report)

Author: Christopher M. Layne, Rob Davies, Gary M. Burlingame, William R. Saltzman, Nicole Thomas, and Robert S. Pynoos
Full Citation: Layne, C. M., et al. (2002). Evaluation of the UNICEF school-based psychosocial program for war-exposed adolescents as implemented during the 2000-2001 school year. (Technical report). New York: UNICEF
Resource Type:
  • Project Evaluation
Topic(s):
  • Design, Implement, Research and Evaluate for Better EiCC Programs
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • Europe and Eurasia
    • Bosnia
Posted in Design, Implement, Research and Evaluate for Better EiCC Programs, Make Learning Safer, Monitoring and Evaluation, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Can social-emotional learning reduce school dropout in developing countries?

Author: Huan Wang, James Chu, Prashant Loyalka, Tao Xin, Yaojiang Shi, Qinghe Qu, and Chu Yang
Full Citation: Wang, H., et al. (2016). Can social-emotional learning reduce school dropout in developing countries?. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 35 (4), pp: 818-847.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
Location(s):
  • Asia
    • China
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning

Resilience & recovery after war: refugee children and families in the United States

Author: American Psychological Association
Full Citation: American Psychological Association. (2010). Resilience & recovery after war: refugee children and families in the United States. Washington DC: Author.
Resource Type:
  • Conceptual Review
  • Guidance Documents and Tools
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • North America
    • United States
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Effectiveness of school-based intervention in enhancing mental health and social functioning among war-affected children

Author: Kirsi Peltonen, Samir Qouta, Eyad El Sarraj, and Raija-Leena Punamäki
Full Citation: Peltonen, K., Qouta, S., El, S. E., & Punamaki, R.-L. (2012). Effectiveness of school-based intervention in enhancing mental health and social functioning among war-affected children. Traumatology, 18 (4), pp: 37-46.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
    • Trauma
Location(s):
  • Middle East
    • Palestine
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning, Trauma

Relating emotional abilities to social functioning: a comparison of self-report and performance measures of emotional intelligence

Author: Marc A. Brackett, Nicole Lerner, Peter Salovey, Susan E. Rivers, Sara Shiffman
Full Citation: Brackett, M. A., Rivers, S. E., Shiffman, S., Lerner, N., & Salovey, P. (2006). Relating emotional abilities to social functioning: a comparison of self-report and performance measures of emotional intelligence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91 (4), pp: 780-95.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Social Emotional Learning
Posted in Social Emotional Learning

Social-emotional factors affecting achievement outcomes among disadvantaged students: closing the achievement gap

Author: Bronwyn E. Becker and Suniya S. Luthar
Full Citation: Becker, B. E. & Luthar, S. S. (2002). Social-emotional factors affecting achievement outcomes among disadvantaged students: closing the achievement gap. Educational Psychologist, 37 (4), pp: 197-214
Resource Type:
  • Conceptual Review
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
Location(s):
  • General
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning

Working with ‘social and emotional aspects of learning’ (SEAL): associations with school ethos, pupil social experiences, attendance, and attainment

Author: Robin Banerjee, Katherine Weare, and William Farr
Full Citation: Banerjee, R., Weare, K., & Farr, W. (2014). Working with ‘social and emotional aspects of learning’ (SEAL): associations with school ethos, pupil social experiences, attendance, and attainment. British Educational Research Journal, 40 (4), pp: 718-742.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
Location(s):
  • Europe and Eurasia
    • United Kingdom
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning

Child and adolescent social-emotional development within the context of school

Author: Ann M. Aviles, Tanya R. Anderson and Erica R. Davila
Full Citation: Aviles, A. M., Anderson, T. R., & Davila, E. R. (2006). Child and adolescent social-emotional development within the context of school. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 11: 32–39.
Resource Type:
  • Research
Topic(s):
  • Make Learning Safer
    • Social Emotional Learning
Location(s):
  • General
Posted in Make Learning Safer, Social Emotional Learning