Articles and Other Resources That Will Inform Your Teaching
Stress is just a part of living. Children and teens are just as affected by its negative impact as adults. Give them a gift for a lifetime.
We all want young people to succeed. The skills developed through social and emotional learning experiences are key to this outcome.
Here is a great testimaony to the Sharing (Magic) Circle and innovative ways to use it with your children to promote social and emotional growth.
Need a great tool to engage elementary-age kids in loving school while cultivating literacy, writing, and wellness through fantasy and play? Find it here.
Intelligence is more than we thought. By educating the emotional mind, your students will achieve at higher levels academically and socially
Anger is a powerful emotion we all experience. When your students learn effective strategies for dealing with anger, they are more emotionally competent and focused learners.
Students of all ages participate more actively and retain lessons more readily when they feel safe, supported,
School-Age NOTES reviews a new book, Social-Emotional Learning Activities for After-School and Summer Programs, by Susanna Palomares, which features more than 75 activities designed to foster the five crucial skill sets identified by CASEL.