SEL and RP
Classroom activities that encourage students' social and emotional learning and promote restorative practices
This activity gives young people or adults an opportunity to share deeply about what they are grieving, how they are healing, and what support they need.
Invite students to think about the power of storytelling, and make time for storytelling in your classroom.
Students consider what it's like to be a refugee through poetry, photos, and videos, and discuss the UN statement that the solidarity for Ukrainians should "set the example for all refugee crises."
Making time for students to do a bit of crafting can provide joy and comfort - and brighten up your classroom.
A selection of activities, in honor of Respect for All Week, to help you and your class appreciate each other, promote respect, and stop oppressive behavior.
This circle activity invites students to appreciate each other, using as inspiration the Zulu greeting Sawubona, which means “We see you.”
Students learn about the science of gratitude - and one person's effort to express gratitude to every person along the supply chain who made their morning cup of coffee possible.
Students engage in a series of activities to explore the question of body image and how our society affects the way we feel about our bodies.
Students consider how the assumptions that we make about other people can be hurtful, and practice curiosity to help them understand another person’s experience.
Students process some of the current research on cell phone use, interview a family member to share their learning, and perhaps co-create a class plan to reduce phone distractions.