SEL & Emotional Intelligence

Looking for information on HOW to implement social and emotional learning in classrooms?

 
 
Developing & Practicing Healthy Social and Emotional Teaching and Learning (SEL) has been researched to show benefits in:
  • Teaching and Learning Academic Content
  • Protecting Mental Health
  • Fostering A Sense of Belonging
  • Growing Curiosity
  • Deepening Collaborative and Individual Problem-Solving Skills
  • Strengthening Our Knowledge Of Ourselves And Others

 The Benefits Of Building Social & Emotional Intelligence  Are As Powerful For Adults As For Children.  

SEL Can Be Thought Of As Healthy Humaning

 

5 Part Module On The Core SEL Competencies - Complete All For An SEL Informed Certificate - Overview & Practices

Professional Learning Modules

These modules are designed by the MDOE for individual or group ADULT learning. 

To Support Adults 


Social & Emotional Learning Resources

Creators of Social Emotional Learning Resources


Maine Creators of Social Emotional Learning Resources

Creators of Social Emotional Learning Resources Oriented Towards Educator Awareness

Creators of Social Emotional Learning Resources Oriented Towards Students

Contact

Kellie Bailey
Social Emotional Learning / Restorative Practices Specialist
Phone: 207-441-5378
Email: Kellie.Bailey@maine.gov