Advisory/homeroom is a period of time during the school day when teachers meet with a group of students to advance objectives that are not expressly academic teaching and learning. Advisory is often used as a space for community building, direct SEL instruction, and strengthening relationships between students and staff.
Key considerations for districts as they build a council consisting of members from different organizations and departments to align social and emotional learning between in-school and out-of-school time settings.
Handout for family members and caregivers to use at student-led conferences, with suggested questions to prompt students to share about their portfolio and a reflection to reinforce students and give feedback.
Classroom Meetings in Cleveland are used daily for community building and classroom level problem-solving and decision-making. This resource page has activities, best practices, handouts, samples that show integration with academic content, and other tools to help plan a larger scale rollout of class meetings.
The systemic integration of social and emotional learning (SEL) into district priorities ensures that it will become a vital component of what makes the district, schools, and students successful. View process information here.
Learning from data and using this information to improve practice is a central purpose of continuous improvement. Because of this, what your SEL team learns during the STUDY phase informs the SEL continuous improvement process moving forward. View process information here.