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A Leader in SEL: How Social-Emotional Learning Is Now Embedded in the Curriculum in the State of Ohio

A Leader in SEL: How Social-Emotional Learning Is Now Embedded in the Curriculum in the State of Ohio

A look at how SEL and student-centered instruction became the norm in an entire state. (FREE BONUS: Hear from Stephanie Siddens at ILA 2019 about how SEL is empowering students in Ohio.)

Author(s): Kelly Bothum


Reading With Heart: Teaching Social-Emotional Skills Through Literature

Reading With Heart: Teaching Social-Emotional Skills Through Literature

On the rich opportunities of children’s literature, including how it can help shape a more just society.

Author(s): Carol Jago


Activity: Learner’s Autobiography

Activity: Learner’s Autobiography

A demonstration of how to integrate SEL and literacy to help students reflect on their identity and how it shapes their learning. *This video is excerpted from a full session.

Speaker(s): Justina Schlund


Activity: “What Are Your Beliefs About Matthew?”

Activity: “What Are Your Beliefs About Matthew?”

How a student’s beliefs and sense of self can grow or be inhibited by a teacher’s beliefs. *This video is excerpted from a full session.

Speaker(s): Tamera Slaughter and Rhonda Sutton


Building Inclusivity and Empathy Through Writers’ Workshop

Building Inclusivity and Empathy Through Writers’ Workshop

How writers' workshop is well suited for creating a safe and inclusive space by encouraging children to share their own stories and listen to, learn about, and develop empathy for others. [Article; 4 pages]

Author(s): Beth Beschorner and Anna Hall


Somos Escritoras: Unleashing Our Truths Through Art and Writing

Somos Escritoras: Unleashing Our Truths Through Art and Writing

How writing curriculum can offer a creative space to amplify young girls’ voices. [Article; 2 pages]

Author(s): Tracy Flores