Each includes a curriculum, a syllabus, and other practical resources such as a video playlist, a book list, and activities and guidance for caregivers.
Resources to help staff learn how to make sure families of color are heard by the school • Article: Why Families of Color May Feel Uncomfortable Communicating with Teachers (Afrika Afeni Mills, MEd) • Video: Tips for better parent-teacher communication (Afrika Afeni Mills, MEd) • Advice: Perspectives: How to Make Sure Black and Brown Families …
A 47-minute webinar on creating equitable classrooms.
Check-in survey that students can fill out.
In online teaching environments, educators must be more intentional about checking in with students. This guide provides models for the kinds of questions and interactions that can engage students. From How to Build Relationships With Students During COVID-19 Guide
The handbook has various SEL-focused openers and closers (Slides 13-15) that teachers can use in remote or hybrid instruction. It also includes templates and strategies for planning for asynchronous and synchronous instruction.
A SEL web-based program for middle school – focuses on the growth mindset and can be integrated into homeroom, advisory or elsewhere.
Covers key ways to integrate SEL: The Three Signature SEL Practices for Adult Learning tool for incorporating three critical elements into any student or adult class, meeting, or engagement and Using Grade-Level and Content Area Team Meetings to Support SEL tool, which provides guidance for using grade-level team meetings to address four areas: supportive classroom …
A tool to get a quick snapshot of your district’s current approach to SEL and identify which key activities to focus on.
This tool can help you choose a co-teaching model. It offers examples of what a range of co-teaching models look like in action and lists the benefits of each model.