Are you looking for free, ready made resources for mindset and social emotional learning? This screencast walks you through resources to explore and use immediately in the classroom.Read More
These templates can be shared with students to use to set goals and reflect on their learning. Choose a skill and administer a formative assessment. Students graph their baseline data from that assessment and record their strengths and goals for growth. Then, they make a plan for improvement. After recording the results of two subsequent formative assessments, students note if they have shown improvement over time, and make a plan for what they should do next to enhance their own learning.Read More
This document consists of hyperlinks to Google Forms with metacognitive activities, teachers can make a copy of the form to use with their students. Each form has questions using a metaphor which allows students to think about their learning in a new way, concluding with a rate your learning scale.
**The questions can also be integrated with other applications such as Padlet, EasyRetro, Microsoft Forms, Nearpod, or Peardeck.
This slide deck outlines the benefits of the Breakout EDU platform and how it can be used to foster the 4Cs and SEL skills in a distance learning environment.Read More
This document is a preliminary guide for the foundations of introducing social-emotional learning into classrooms as well as schools and districts as a whole. This document is a summary of work from the Collaborative for Academic Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) as well as the Social-Emotional Competencies Standards created by professors in the Butler College of Education for the Indiana Department of Education.Read More