Toolkit: Supporting Social Emotional Learning

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Choosing Literature to Support Social Emotional Learning

This tip sheet provides tips on selecting good literature to use in classroom instruction.

Choosing One-Time Events to Support a Comprehensive Approach

This tip sheet provides tips on selecting effective events to use in support of classroom instruction.

Choosing Student Materials to Support Social Emotional Learning

As part of a comprehensive approach to support social and emotional development, schools may sometimes need student resources. This tip sheet provides advice on selecting effective student materials to use in classroom instruction.

Choosing School-Based Programming Interventions

To create and support student social, emotional and mental health, schools may implement a school-wide instructional intervention program. There are a number of programs available, ranging from single workshops to more in-depth, multi-year initiatives. Some have a strong evidence base; however, many do not. Use this checklist to determine what school-based program or intervention would best support your school community.

For an example of how to complete this checklist, check out the WITS Example below!

Choosing School-Based Programming Interventions: A WITS Example 

Five Simple Steps for Evaluating School-Based Programming Interventions

This document guides educators through the process of evaluating the impact of school-based programs and interventions.