Social-Emotional Learning During COVID-19
The coronavirus and other recent events have put an enormous strain on families nationwide. How can educators and parents support children who may be struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, fear, food insecurity, or homelessness as a result of the current crises? And how can schools address trauma related to the pandemic itself, as well as events related to racial injustice and immigration enforcement?
Addressing the impacts of COVID-19 on students, families, and educators
What kind of impacts has the COVID-19 crisis had on students, their families, and their educators? How can schools and families prepare to address those impacts in the 2020-2021 school year? This collection digs into that question, as well as some ideas for addressing trauma and students’ basic needs that may be unmet during the pandemic.
Articles and Blog Posts
Addressing Students’ Basic Needs
Resources for Families
Public Media Resources
SEL strategies for distance learning
What are some strategies that educators can use to support students’ social-emotional learning remotely? These resources and tips offer a wide range of ideas for different ages.
SEL resources on equity and racism
What does social-emotional learning look like when it’s culturally responsive? And how can it help foster equity in school settings? Learn more from these resources.