Social Emotional Resources
From reading, writing, and arithmetic, social and emotional learning (SEL) can be woven into nearly any subject. SEL can help students develop the understanding, strategies and skills that support a positive sense of self, promote respectful relationships and build student capacity to recognize and manage their own emotions and make responsible decisions.
Many teachers believe in the importance of teaching students social and emotional skills, but not all are sure how to teach these skills. The good news is that SEL concepts can easily be taught right alongside core academic instruction in classrooms.
Wide Open School (6-12)Share My Lesson (6-12)Edutoipia (6-12)ScholasticSecond Step CurriculumSEL Choice Boardshttps://www.bridgeportedu.net/cms/lib/CT02210097/Centricity/Domain/18/SocialEmotionalLearningActivitiesFreeChoiceBoards.pdfApertureedGrades 9-12Habitudeshttps://growingleaders.com/habitudes/habitudes-for-middle-and-high-school/social-emotional-learning-curriculum/Examples of Social and Emotional Learning in High School English Language Arts InstructionAct YouthResources AboveEdtiopiaShare My LessonWide Open School