SEL and RP
Classroom activities that encourage students' social and emotional learning and promote restorative practices
This activity aims to cultivate students' empathy for those who face bias or discrimination stemming from the coronavirus by inviting them to reflect on the words of those affected.
In this circle activity, students reflect on the words of youth climate activists from around the world and consider their own values and hopes for the future.
This lesson plan encourages high school students to explore the impact of racism as a central theme of Toni Morrison’s 1970 debut novel, The Bluest Eye. It includes suggestions for engaging students before, during, and after they read the book.
Segue from the summer into the new school year by having students consider the summer's news, its impact on their communities, and what kind of impact they'd like to have in their communities.
In the wake of the El Paso and Dayton shootings, how can we foster a classroom climate where every student feels supported - and where we can talk about these upsetting issues? Here are some ideas.
Watch students brainstorm problems in their classroom and come up with solutions as part of a 4Rs lesson.
Watch third-grade students role-play "I-messages" - and learn how they are different from "you-messages."
In this video a second grade class looks to problem solve the issue of “being left out” in school.