This stack is designed to provide educators with strategies they can use to meet individual student needs in terms of Social Emotional Learning (SEL), to improve students’ social awareness and relationship skills, and to enhance their own perspective-taking skills.

What You'll Demonstrate

You will demonstrate strategies to promote your own SEL skills and students’ SEL skills.

Who Should Apply

  • P12 Educators
  • Education Support Professionals


Building Self-Awareness: Emotions

The educator intentionally coaches K-5 students in developing a variety of strategies to identify and understand their emotions.

Identifying Personal Reactions

The educator identifies personal physiological reactions to various emotions, describes examples of situations eliciting various emotions, and describes the influence of such emotions personally and professionally.

Identifying Perspective-Taking Components

The educator analyzes scenarios and identifies key components of perspective taking associated with SEL competencies.

Understanding SEL

The educator analyzes scenarios and describes examples of students with varying patterns of strengths and weaknesses in SEL competencies.

Understanding SEL Data Sources

The educator analyzes types of data sources, identifies advantages and disadvantages, and selects appropriate data sources for evaluating students' SEL competencies.