“We don’t laugh because we’re happy. We’re happy because we laugh.” —William JamesFirst it was Friends. Years later, the Rick Mercer Report,...
“In order to learn and take risks, students need to feel safe, connected, and cared about at school.”
A space to explore and find lessons and resources that support student education through Social and Emotional Learning (SEL).
The question is no longer IF SEL improves academic performance, but rather HOW to integrate SEL into your teaching.
SELspace is divided into carefully considered modules to assist educators in integrating and addressing SEL (Social and Emotional Learning).
Each module looks at essential knowledge and skills related to a student’s social and emotional well-being.
The modules collectively support the goal of building a positive community within classrooms, schools, and the communities we live in.
We have compiled a collection of suggested read alouds and resources for each module as well as an additional category of suggested SEL resources for English Language Learners.