The Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Resource Finder lives as a “one-stop” site for educators, and anyone who works with children and youth, to learn how to foster SEL and mental well-being in educational settings. Research and practice continue to build a strong case for the value and necessity of SEL and mental health. It becomes important to recognize the many different ways to create safe, respectful, and caring learning environments. These maximize potential and optimize well-being in the next generation.
Promoting social and emotional learning has become a major focus in schools and youth-serving organizations. Research continues to document the value of such training for both academic and life success. The Resource Finder provides a variety of resources to help you learn about SEL, apply teaching methods and asses your efforts. Learn, Apply and Assess make up the resource categories. Filter resources by a variety of focuses, academic areas, age groups, and more. Resources presented by The Edith Lando Charitable Foundation.
View a variety of social emotional learning resources presented by The Edith Lando Charitable Foundation | UBC Faculty of Education here: http://www.selresources.com/sel-resources/