Learning at Home

New Product! Social Emotional Learning At Home

Publication Date: Apr 08, 2020

We know this is a challenging time for students, families, and educators. The fear and concern felt by us all is valid and real. While our world is changing and we are learning to adjust, we have the opportunity to use and grow our emotional intelligence to keep us grounded and clear minded – and help our students do the same. 


According to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (2003), the goal of a social emotional learning (SEL) program is to foster the development of five emotional and behavioral competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. 

We are all learning to navigate remote learning and education from afar. Luckily there are several reputable, evidence-informed resources available to help educators and families promote social and emotional well-being in their students outside the classroom. We have compiled a list of SEL resources, lesson plans, activities, games, and tip sheets to get you started on your SEL at home journey. 

Download a PDF from Great Lakes MHTTC Products and Resources.