Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
These Multimedia Grant Productions are brought to you by the Broadcast Educational Media Commission, the Ohio Department of Education, Public Media Connect (CET, ThinkTV, WPTD), and the Montgomery County Education Service Center. For more information about Social Emotional Learning in Ohio, check out ODE's website at http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Learning-in-Ohio/Social-and-Emotional-Learning.
Learn the core competencies of social and emotional learning (SEL), including practical examples for the classroom and the home. This series defines and explains six core competencies — self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, responsible decision-making, and future self — and is suitable for professional development and parent training.
CASEL Indicators of Schoolwide SEL
This series of five videos discuss how to implement social-emotional learning on a school-wide basis using CASEL’s “Indicators of Schoolwide SEL” as a guide. The videos feature national experts, as well as interviews and footage from two Cleveland schools that have successfully built SEL into their school culture. Topics include:
- Explicit SEL Instruction;
- Integrated SEL;
- Youth Voice;
- Adult SEL; and
- Authentic Family Partnerships.
Social Emotional Learning at Home
The “Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) @ Home” series is for families about social-emotional learning. This series includes:
- SEL @ Home: An Introduction;
- SEL @ Home: Self-Awareness and Self-Management;
- SEL @ Home: Social Awareness and Relationship Skills;
- SEL @ Home: Responsible Decision-Making.
"Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) @ Home” is brought to you by the Broadcast Educational Media Commission (BEMC), the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), and CET. To learn more about social-emotional learning standards in Ohio K-12, visit http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Learning-in-Ohio/Social-and-Emotional-Learning on ODE’s website.
Social Emotional Learning for Educators
The “Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) for Educators” is a two-part series about educator self-care featuring Dr. James Rowley and Dr. Aly Waibel. The first video, "Teacher Stress and Burnout" describes the conflicting demands on teachers and why so many educators burn out and even leave the profession they love. The second video, "The Role of Mindfulness" describes the way teachers can calm down and re-set, even in the midst of a stressful situation. Mindfulness can play a powerful role in helping teachers address stress in their lives, both at school and at home.
"Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) for Educators” is brought to you by the Broadcast Educational Media Commission (BEMC), the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), and WTPO. check out Ohio’s new wellness resource, "The ABCs of Mental Health", for tips, tools, and support for Ohio’s educators at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Educators/ABCs-of-Mental-Health on the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services’ website.
Stress, Trauma and the Brain: Insight for Educators
Stress is a normal and natural part of life. But why do some people manage stress well and build resiliency, while others seem to struggle? In this series of conversations, Dr. Bruce Perry explores the impact of stress and trauma on the brain and the resulting effect on learning. His teachings have helped schools significantly decrease behavior problems and create safe learning environments.
"Stress, Trauma and the Brain: Insights for Educators " is brought to you by the Broadcast Educational Media Commission, the Ohio Department of Education, Public Media Connect (CET, ThinkTV, WPTD), The Village Network, and the Montgomery County Education Service Center. Supporting materials developed for use with these videos are available at https://www.bdberry.com/handouts and https://www.bdperry.com/research.