SEL in Schools


What can SEL do for my classroom?

Social and emotional learning is already present in your classroom — through partner work, self-reflection, cooperative learning and academic discussion. Click below to see some of the available resources on SEL.

What does it look like, and how can I use it?

Often, teaching that’s informed by social and emotional learning is quickly recognizable as simply “good teaching” — and already shows up in your classroom. Take a moment to  listen teachers who make SEL an explicit part of their practice, and consider what changes they have noticed.

What do others have to say?

Social and emotional learning is surrounded by a growing body of research and dialogue. Click below to see where you can learn more.


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