We have been working on teacher tools to infuse Social and Emotional Learning into the work we are doing. One of those tools is a Self-Assessment checklist. Another is a series of matrices that show connections between the adopted curricula and our SEL standards. We're happy to share some of these examples.

Self-Assessment Checklist - this was designed using a cadre of teachers and a collection ideas from many resources, including work done through CASEL.
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Lesson Plan templates - these were designed using Backwards Planning, Culturally Responsive practices, and through reading favored SEL work, including Partners in Learning, by Carol Lieber
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Strategies for grouping, reflection, community building, etc.


Houghton-Mifflin alignment - explicitly outlines ways to intentionally teach an SEL standard while teaching a HM lesson:






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Great Body Shop alignment








We did a Math/SEL in-service outlining ways to be intentional with teaching math and building SEL skills. This is the power point for that presentation:


One of our star SEL teachers was featured in an Edutopia video, and Edutopia has posted a series of teaching tools after that video. Check here for many wonderful resources. -Video and Resources