The ability to make constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions based on ethical standards, safety concerns, and social norms. The realistic evaluation of consequences of various actions, and a consideration of the well-being of oneself and others.
- Identifying problems
- Analyzing situations
- Solving problems
- Ethical responsibility
Social Emotional Learning
Please take 3 minutes to view the Together for SEL Pledge video compilation of global voices committing to SEL incuding WCSD Superindendant, Dr. Kristen McNeill!
Play & The Covid-19 Compliant Recess
SEL 2020 Election Supports
As Election Day approaches, it reminds us that social and emotional learning (SEL) is deeply connected with our civic engagement. Many of us are experiencing heightened emotions, navigating conversations with others who hold different perspectives, and examining how we contribute to our communities and our country. As educators, family members, caregivers, and community partners, we’re also supporting our young people in working through big questions, processing emotions, expressing their viewpoints, and taking collective action.Supportive learning environments that center on SEL and equity can help young people and adults process, heal, and continue their civic participation.To learn more and explore curated resources, click here