Social and Emotional Learning Resources for Schools
From the earliest entry into a school environment, students respond positively to teachers who actively listen, who encourage the development of new ideas, and who give them an opportunity to practice new skills. Social and emotional competencies can be taught, modeled, and practiced and lead to positive student outcomes that are important for success in school and in life. For social and emotional learning to be most effective, it is essential that districts and schools infuse the principles of social and emotional learning across curriculum and instruction, discipline, out-of-school time, and ongoing assessment for continuous improvement.
Lions Quest helps teachers create such an environment with a combination of online and professional development resources.
- Instructional Design
- Positive Instructional Strategies for a Relationship-Centered Classroom
- Questioning and the Inquiry-based Approach
- Responding Respectfully During Discussion
- Setting Up Successful Guided Practice
- Reflecting on Learning
- Instructional Strategies for a Relationship-Centered Classroom Checklist