Social-emotional learning (SEL) and other trauma-informed teaching techniques are vital to students’ mental and emotional wellness. So we asked our Teacher-Author community for their tips for SEL and best practices for trauma-informed teaching.
Students of all ages need support and coping strategies to help them manage their feelings and emotions. Here are just a few recommendations from social-emotional learning experts to help you support your students’ emotional needs.
Social-emotional learning (SEL) is a top priority for teachers during these challenging times. To help teachers meet their students’ social and emotional needs, experts in the field of SEL share their perspectives and advice.
Teacher-Author Pathway 2 Success explains how to teach and practice social-emotional skills with kids — even if you’re not an expert. Encourage parents to try these activities out, or do them with your own children!
Laura, a former school psychologist turned curriculum director and TpT Teacher-Author, talks about her work to support students’ social-emotional growth.