SEL

Teacher Self-Care in the Time of COVID

Teacher Self-Care in the Time of COVID

Is anyone else tired? Exhausted? Not wanting to think about how many weeks of school we have left? I thought so. Teachers across the nation – and across the globe – have been working almost around the clock since the early days of the pandemic, in the...Read more ›
Connecting Student Hearts and Minds

Connecting Student Hearts and Minds

Bringing SEL to the Classroom One Connection at a Time In today’s world of high-stakes testing, social-emotional learning (SEL) has provided a path forward in teaching the whole child. From classroom design, school culture and providing student agency and ownership of...Read more ›
Narratives to Teach SEL Skills

Narratives to Teach SEL Skills

Want to inject some social and emotional skills into your classroom routines? Simple – have students share stories! In a recent Edutopia article, author Marissa King suggests that stories can help build and sustain classroom culture, while also developing...Read more ›
Study Reveals Teachers Struggle to Address SEL in Classroom

Study Reveals Teachers Struggle to Address SEL in Classroom

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is trending in the world of education right now. But as a recent article in EdWeek points out, many teachers feel ill-equipped to address these needs in their classrooms. According to the article by Sarah Schwartz, “research has...Read more ›
Addressing Social Emotional Learning in EDU

Addressing Social Emotional Learning in EDU

Social Emotional Learning has – in recent years – become a priority in many districts. Youth suicide rates have shown a steady rise in recent years and the number of violent occurrences in schools is also on the incline. With mental health diagnoses...Read more ›