Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
This action research study investigated the effects of a social emotional learning plan implemented in a third grade classroom at a Christian school in an urban setting. Participants were seventy three third grade students. These students participated in a pre and post survey to determine the difference a social emotional learning plan may have on student behavior. The experimental group participated in five embedded social emotional lesson plans as well as weekly class meetings for a six-week period. The results of this study suggest that a social emotional learning plan benefits students in a behavioral way.
Cooper, Lindsey, "Social Emotional Learning: The Impacts of an Implemented Plan at a Private Christian School in the Urban Setting" (2017). Master of Education Program Theses. 109.