This section provides tools and resources for educators and youth workers to help guide their own selves and their students through a process of aquiring and using knowledge, attitudes, and skills to set goals, manage emotions, to maintain relationships, feel and show empathy, and make responsible decisions.
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning
CASEL provides information on government policies currently trying to be passed for SEL, an overview of what SEL is, and ways to implement SEL in your own classroom.
Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning
CSEFEL provides resources for teaching SEL to young children.
Promoting Development of Happy, Healthy, Caring Kids
This page provides different activities for skills that pertain to SEL. This page also provides more information on what SEL is.
Kindness in the Classroom
This site has a variety of lessons, in English and Spanish, for kids K-12 that help teach kindness.
What is Social Emotional Learning?
This article provides a more in depth look at SEL and talks about the benefits of SEL.
Creating Safe Spaces: Lesson Plans for Social and Emotional Learning
On this site it provides activities that help promote your classroom as a safe place and build the social and emotional skills of your student.
Activities to Build Social and Emotional Skills in Elementary Students
Edutopia is a free site that offers knowledge and resources on teaching that work for K-12 students. This article talks about activities that help build the social and emotional skills of elementary students.
Morningside Center provides educators with resources to develop the social and emotional skills of their students. This page provides a variety of different activities to help build these skills.
Social-Emotional Teaching Strategies
TKCalifornia is a site that gives information on transitional kindergarten and gives tips to those teaching it. This page gives advice to teachers in teaching social and emotional skills.
Committee for Children
Committee for children is a non-profit that works towards bettering children's safety and well being through social and emotional learning. This site provides more information, how SEL is taught, and how it better prepares children.
Social and Emotional Development
This page provides a variety of activities that help to build social and emotional children.
Social and Emotional Learning Games for After School Programs
This article talks about a website that after school programs are using to help teach social and emotional skills to their children.
National School Climate Center
The NSCC helps educators integrate social and emotional learning with their academic lessons. On this page you can find ways to integrate SEL into your everyday lesson plans, pedagogies, and a variety of strategies.
HighScope Educational Research Foundation is a non-profit that works to lift lives through education. This page provides strategies to help teach preschool aged children social skills.
TKCalifornia is a site that gives information on transitional kindergarten and gives tips to those teaching it. On this page it describes ways to support social-emotional functioning in your classroom.
This site is a place for educators, community leaders, young people, parents, and government officials to connect so that we can help with the overall well-being of teens and positively change school climates.
Social and Emotional Learning and Special Education
This website provides examples and strategies for helping teach certain social emotional skills to children with an IEP.
This site provides handouts and activities to help boost emotional intelligence in children.
Flocabulary teaches a variety of topics through the use of hip-hop songs and videos. On this page you can find videos that help teach social and emotional skills.
This site offers a variety of activities to help build the social and emotional skills of your students.