Walk Two Moons, by Sharon Creech, is used in the Emozi® Middle School Grade 6 as a mentor text for the Socratic Seminar. This story has great SEL themes of […]
The Crossover by Kwame Alexander is a young adult novel and winner of the 2015 Newbery Medal and Coretta Scott King Award Honor. It is filled with SEL themes of […]
Before We Were Free is a Pura Belpré Award-winning novel by Julia Alvarez. It contains themes of courage and sacrifice as well as relatable teen topics of first love, friendship, […]
The Socratic Seminar is an integral part of the exciting Emozi® Middle School program—a culturally-relevant social emotional learning curriculum for young adults. Emozi® Middle School integrates ELA material into SEL […]
Budgeting is an extremely important skill for any young adult to know and aligns with the CASEL competencies of self-management, self-awareness, and responsible decision-making. We’re also integrating it into Emozi® […]
With the first day of school quickly approaching, we wanted to share a fun SEL-themed icebreaker activity!
A list of fun and engaging educator-focused questions to ignite self-awareness discussions among teachers and administrators.
This printable activity, from the Everyday Speech lesson “Sources of Support”, allows students to think about resources available to them in different circles of their life from their community, school, […]
Aperture Education’s 2022 Back-to-School Guide is jam packed with helpful SEL information, lessons, and activities related to the impact of focusing on relationships first. By helping educators, students, and families […]
Through song and dance, students learn how bodies and faces look when they are expressing different emotions. Students will practice self-awareness and learn how to identify feelings in themselves and […]