SEL Enhances Sportyball Gameplay with New Features

Renowned 22nd-century skills expert and founder of “Tomorrows Are for Tomorrow,” Paul Banksley, who also had a previous career as a vacuum salesman, shared an exciting update. He revealed, “Next week, we will unveil a collaboration with Massachusetts to introduce Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and 22nd-century skills to the world of sportyball.”

Questioning this new venture, I quizzed Banksley about the definition of “sportyball.”

“You know, games involving balls,” he replied. “Like the one with hoops and balls or the one endorsed by Taylor Swift where players run, tackle, and score. It’s a perfect opportunity to apply 22nd-century skills.” The Center for Healing and Justice Through Sports ambassador, Megan Bartlett shared, “In a sports setting, individuals engage in genuine interactions, encounter stressful situations, and learn to regulate their emotions.”

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