Capstone Project Title
The research question that this capstone project addressed was, What does social-emotional learning look like in the high school special education setting, and how does it benefit students with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders? The research conducted encompassed social-emotional learning theory, special education - the category of emotional or behavioral disorders, and adolescent development. After a number of recent studies done on adolescent students who received social-emotional skill building were read and documented, it was determined that social-emotional learning instruction is beneficial for high school students receiving special education services under the category of emotional or behavioral disorders. Following the research, a social-emotional learning curriculum unit was developed that can be used in direct service classrooms for students receiving services in the category of emotional or behavioral disorders.
Curriculum, Special Education
O’Rourke, Emily, "What Social-emotional Learning Looks Like In The High School Special Education Setting, And How It Benefits Students With Emotional Or Behavioral Disorders" (2021). School of Education Student Capstone Projects. 662.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects