Helping ELL Students with SEL At Home (Ayudando a los estudiantes que no hablan Inglés con las habilidades sociales y emocionales (HSE) en casa)20200603110023

Helping ELL Students with SEL At Home (Ayudando a los estudiantes que no hablan Inglés con las habilidades sociales y emocionales (HSE) en casa)

Every educator knows that families are critical to student success, and families now play a unique role as at-home educators through distance learning...
Putting SEL into Action During COVID-19 (A recap of our recent webinar with partner school, McPherson Middle School)20200528110058

Putting SEL into Action During COVID-19 (A recap of our recent webinar with partner school, McPherson Middle School)

While social emotional learning has been at the forefront of whole-child focused learning for the last few years, it’s been given an even brighter spo...
What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Social and Emotional Skill Development20200527123116

What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Social and Emotional Skill Development

As we find ourselves in the middle of this current global pandemic, we wondered, ”Are there any signs of growth at a broad level with our students?”. ...
COVID-19 Continues: How Worried are High School Students?20200520110055

COVID-19 Continues: How Worried are High School Students?

Let’s face it: COVID-19 has many of us worried. Whether we are worrying about job loss and economic implications, the health of friends and family mem...
How Parents Can Help Stem a COVID-19 Learning Slide20200514110039

How Parents Can Help Stem a COVID-19 Learning Slide

Mosaic by ACT SEL TeamMay 14, 2020, , , , 0 comments
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and suddenly caused school closures across the country, educators were left to determine—often with uncertain resources...
Developing Teamwork (or Ways We Can Work Together to Get Through COVID-19)20200423110014

Developing Teamwork (or Ways We Can Work Together to Get Through COVID-19)

Kate E. Walton, PhDApril 23, 2020, , , 0 comments
We are well into our second month of dealing with the fallout of COVID-19. We continue to be challenged in ways we never expected....
Developing your Curiosity (or Some Ways to Look at the World in a Different Light Despite the Constraints Imposed by COVID-19)20200416123055

Developing your Curiosity (or Some Ways to Look at the World in a Different Light Despite the Constraints Imposed by COVID-19)

Alex Casillas, Ph.D.April 16, 2020, , , 0 comments
By now you may be in week four of engaging in new routines as a result of COVID-19: working from home (or continuing to work at your workplace if you ...
Developing Your Leadership (or Some Ways to Socialize with Others and Stay Optimistic in the Midst of COVID-19)20200409110054

Developing Your Leadership (or Some Ways to Socialize with Others and Stay Optimistic in the Midst of COVID-19)

By this point, many of us are well into week three of COVID-19 disrupting our daily lives. We are growing accustomed to working from home, homeschooli...
Developing Your Grit (or Some Ways to Stay on Task and be Organized When COVID-19 Disrupts Your Life)20200402152204

Developing Your Grit (or Some Ways to Stay on Task and be Organized When COVID-19 Disrupts Your Life)

Kate E. Walton, PhDApril 2, 2020, , , 0 comments
As we wrote last week, social and emotional skills include interpersonal, self-regulatory, and task-related behaviors important to successfully naviga...
Building Resilience (or Some Ways to Deal with the Worry and Anxiety Brought on by COVID-19)20200326175619

Building Resilience (or Some Ways to Deal with the Worry and Anxiety Brought on by COVID-19)

Alex Casillas, Ph.D.March 26, 2020, , , 0 comments
One self-regulatory skill is resilience, which is how well you manage stress, regulate your emotions, and respond positively to setbacks. In other wor...