20 Ways To Implement Social Emotional Learning In Your Classroom: Implement Social-Emotional Learning in Your Classroom 20 Easy-To-Follow Steps to Boost Class Morale & Academic Achievement

By | April 16, 2018
20 Ways To Implement Social Emotional Learning In Your Classroom: Implement Social-Emotional Learning in Your Classroom 20 Easy-To-Follow Steps to Boost Class Morale & Academic Achievement

20 ways to implement social emotional learning in your classroom is written by an educational coach and 5 time black belt master trainer Ka’ren Minasian. You will gain practical strategies for teaching social-emotional learning (SEL) in your classroom, and help your students maintain positive relationships, be more responsible, self aware, respectful and contributing citizens of society. You’ll find easy to follow lessons and activities that will give you the tools to positively transform your classroom while Boosting Class Morale & Academic Achievement. The book is broken down into 3 categories: Section 1: SEL as a Class 1. CULTIVATE KINDNESS IN THE CLASSROOM 2. TEACH STUDENTS POSITIVE PHRASES TO HELP THEM BE RESILIENT THROUGH FAILURES 3. CREATE ANCHOR CHARTS WITH YOUR STUDENTS 4. ROLE-PLAY TO DEVELOP EMPATHY 5. REFLECT ON THE DAY TO SEE HOW KIDS ARE FEELING AND SET GOALS FOR THE NEXT DAY Section 2: Teams, Partnerships, and Groups 1. “STRATEGIC” & STUDENT-CHOICE PARTNER ASSIGNMENTS 2. GROUP ASSIGNMENTS TO FOSTER NEGOTIATION & LEADERSHIP SKILLS 3. USE PEER MEDIATION TO TEACH PROBLEM-SOLVING & CONFLICT MANAGEMENT 4. ALLOW STUDENTS STRUCTURED & UNSTRUCTURED TIME FOR TALKING WITH THEIR PEERS 5. PLAY GAMES THAT PROMOTE COOPERATIVE LEARNING 6. BUILD SMALL COMMUNITIES IN CLASS WITH STUDENT TEAMS 7. BUDDY UP WITH AN OLDER OR YOUNGER CLASS 8. GIVE INTERVIEW PROJECTS WHERE KIDS WRITE NEWS STORIES ABOUT THEIR CLASSMATES Section 3: Personal Connections, Introspection, and Study 1. MAKE A PERSONAL CONNECTION WITH STUDENTS EVERYDAY 2. CREATE A PEACEFUL PLACE FOR UPSET AND ANGRY KIDS 3. HELP KIDS CREATE PERSONAL GOALS, & ADJUST THEM THROUGH THE YEAR 4. HAVE STUDENTS CREATE JOURNALS FOR FREE-WRITING & PROMPT WRITING 5. ASSIGN ART PROJECTS THAT INVOLVE EXPLORING THOUGHTS & FEELINGS 6. ASSIGN STUDENTS A JOB IN THE CLASSROOM TO TEACH RESPONSIBILITY 7. TEACH STUDENTS HOW TO MONITOR THEIR OWN PROGRESS