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Learning Basics and Student Support Team

Learning Basics and Student Support Team

What is Social and Emotional Learning?
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.  
 
Who supports students Social and Emotional Health?
Administrators
Counselors
Nurses
School Psychologist
Teachers
Families
Family Support Resources

Family Support Resources

sel resources
Social emotional, managing stress at home, mindfulness, supporting children through the grief process, coping skills, managing anxiety, self-regulation at home, and get moving (and more)!
COVID-19
K-12 Counseling Resources
 
 
 
In partnership with WSCA (Wisconsin School Counselor Association), CASC (California Counselor Association) is filled with resources to support students during the COVID-19 outbreak.  This resource is broken down by grade level and mental health resources (anxiety/depression, trauma, grief/loss, suicide prevention, self-care, help/hotlines)
social emotional choice board
Social Emotional Learning Choice Boards:
 
open wide schools
Video, strategies, and resources on how to support kids emotional well-being
open wide schools
Video, strategies, and resources to support self care and emotional well-being.
Tools to Manage Stress and Anxiety

Tools to Manage Stress and Anxiety

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