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SEL & RP

SEL & RP

Activities to support students' social and emotional learning and restorative practices

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Classroom activities to engage students in learning about and discussing issues in the news

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SEL & RP
Social & Emotional Learning & Restorative Practices
Current Issues
Current Issues
Tips and Ideas
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Students reflect on their feelings about winter, including its challenges, and share their coping strategies through a poem, a circle, and exploration of the "wheel of holistic

Students examine the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on whether to keep Donald Trump on the presidential ballot.

In this small-group activity, middle school students learn more about how we are interconnected and explore ways to practice community care in their school communities and beyond.

Students explore two  recently developed youth-centered environmental programs and teach each other about them by sharing their takeaways and personal connections.

A collection of self-care and community care lessons and guidelines for adults and children.

In this 7-day unit by high school English teacher Sarah Outterson-Murphy, students analyze AI’s capabilities, reflect on its flaws, and develop their own arguments about the pros

Students engage family members in sharing stories of their history, dreams, or struggles - and share these stories with their peers. 

Through small-group activities, students learn about and discuss acts of solidarity and mutual support that can sustain us in difficult times. 

The lesson supports students in discussing possible responses to the experience of feeling “sad, anxious, angry, powerless, helpless, or guilty” about the climate crisis. 

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Students reflect on their feelings about winter, including its challenges, and share their coping strategies through a poem, a circle, and exploration of the "wheel of holistic

Students examine the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on whether to keep Donald Trump on the presidential ballot.

In this small-group activity, middle school students learn more about how we are interconnected and explore ways to practice community care in their school communities and beyond.

Students explore two  recently developed youth-centered environmental programs and teach each other about them by sharing their takeaways and personal connections.

A collection of self-care and community care lessons and guidelines for adults and children.

In this 7-day unit by high school English teacher Sarah Outterson-Murphy, students analyze AI’s capabilities, reflect on its flaws, and develop their own arguments about the pros