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Tools and Strategies for Implementing Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

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As an educator, you are likely very aware that a child's emotional well-being can have a profound effect on his or her learning and academic achievement, but do you know how you can help your students achieve that emotional well-being? Join Melissa Mann as she explains how you can implement Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in your classroom using a variety of tools and techniques. She will share classroom and school-wide strategies and interventions that you can use to help your students' emotional well-being and resiliency, and thereby improve their chances of academic and personal success.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 @ 6:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Counseling, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: learning theories, resiliency, resilient, SEL, social emotional learning, student success, well-being

Reviews (18)

I will look into more resources about mindfulness because our campus has a new focus on that. Thanks for the resource ideas!
Basic Member
Great information!
Full Member
This was helpful..
Full Member
Excellent! Fantastic resources. Thank you.
Full Member
Many shared resources to use to help students identify their emotions and work through them using coping strategies, stories, etc.
Full Member
Great resources! Question about using a timer for PTSD students: When the timer finishes, and they are still not functioning, we don't want to turn it into a power struggle. Strategies such as counting, or threatening to take away a privilege, don't always work. Giving two options with the latter being a consequence has had the most success, but not all the time. Any thoughts?
Full Member
This is so helpful! Thank you for taking the time to share these resources
Full Member
Wealth of information and great website links. Thank you.
Melissa, this was very informative, I especially love the PBIS Thank you
Full Member
I sometimes forget about recommending books for SEL - very good presentation - thank you!
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