Social Emotional Learning
Social Emotional Learning is how we learn to effectively use our knowledge, attitudes and skills to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve goals, feel and show empathy, establish positive relationships and make responsible decisions.
Photos taken pre-COVID-19. View Board >>
Success depends on time and effort.
A relationship of mutual affection between people.
The actions and characteristics of being truthful.
Using imagination or original ideas.
The ability to wait or continue doing something despite difficulties.
To understand how a person feels and what they might be thinking, share the feelings of another person, take action, to help however we can.
Mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
A feeling or belief that good things will happen.
Noticing what is happening right now.
Combined efforts of a group to achieve a common purpose or goal.
Thankfulness or gratefulness, a strong feeling of appreciation to someone or something.
To be friendly, generous and considerate.
What is the puzzle?
• Each month, a puzzle piece is added to commemorate the winners of the challenge.
• The classes and/or departments that have participated will have their identification placed on the piece.
• The winners will recieve an additional prize to congratulate them.
• At the completion of the board, we will have a visual representation of our social emotional learning participants and commitments.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) created a virtual room that students and families could access for resources pertaining to Social Emotional Learning (SEL) skills. Corresponding with the SEL theme of the month, the committee put together a virtual room each month explaining the theme and providing the families with access to resources simply by clicking on objects in the room.
For example, the lava lamp that in the photo would take you to another page that has mindfulness imagery for the families who needed a resource to help keep their children calm. The families were able to access the virtual SEL rooms through their assigned Google account. Currently, the students continue to receive access to these rooms as an additional resource to what they receive in-person.