Integrating Social & Emotional Learning into your Academic Interventions
You're likely hearing a lot of buzz around the importance of a social and emotional learning (SEL) curriculum this fall. Whether it’s because services were interrupted, or because students experienced trauma and stress this spring leaving them more vulnerable, students will need added support when they return to learning this fall. But, how do you integrate SEL with academic interventions -- two extremely important agents for student growth and achievement? Watch our virtual live event to evaluate how your academic intervention program should effectively dovetail with your social and emotional learning curriculum.
Each core competency laid out by CASEL and how to integrate these into your academic interventions
Specific recommendations for implementing an academic intervention program that supports your SEL curriculum.
Remote Learning Guide
The first thing to remember is that any and every feeling you are having is perfectly acceptable. "This is a serious loss for both students and teachers," said Kathleen Minke, the executive director of the National Association of School ...
Remote Learning: Parent Tips
Set-up Success Take it easy on yourself! This is a change for everyone! Expectations and guidance from schools vary from school to school and teacher to teacher. What may work for some students and families may not work for yours. Find a routine that ...
Teacher Tips for Remote Learning
Classworks offers a step-by-step plan for remote learning when students are unable to attend class. Check out our Q&A with teachers to learn how you can be prepared in the event of school closings.
Remote Learning for Special Education Students
In this video, Judy and Michael talk about the ways teachers can meet the needs of Special Education students in a distance learning environment. Classworks is a CASE-endorsed solution that helps level the playing field for students by supplying the ...
Remote Learning: Brain Breaks and Celebration Ideas
While working hard on a computer, it’s great to give your eyes and brain a break every so often. Here are some ideas and resources when your child/children are feeling antsy! Brain Breaks and Celebrations: Virtual Classroom Time Invite friends of ...