SEL and RP
Classroom activities that encourage students' social and emotional learning and promote restorative practices
Using games regularly and giving students a chance to laugh together and play is a way to build trust, confidence, and community. Here are some games you can try in your classroom - in person or virtually!
Students learn about the growing effort to acknowledge the Indigenous people whose lands we inhabit - and create their own land acknowledgment statement.
Nineteen classroom activities and guidelines to help you and your students get your virtual school year off to a good start.
Seeing our capacity to effect change and working with others to make it can be a powerful self-help strategy. Here are some ways to support students in acting on the issues they care about.
Activities to help middle and high school students develop the key self-care practice of positive self-talk, from affirmations to gratitude.
Activities to help elementary students develop the key self-care practice of positive self-talk, from affirmations to gratitude.
Create connections and invite creativity through this virtual or in-person activity in which students share an intriguing object, then write and share a poem about a classmate’s object.
Invite students to get some inspiration from athletes who have pursued social justice.
Students create and share with peers a playlist that tells a story in seven songs as a way to provide support, solace, and inspiration during hard times.
This activity, ideal for the beginning of a school session, helps students get to know each other through art. They pair up, interview each other, and then create a drawing or collage based on what they heard that they can share with each other and the class.