Explore these resources for stories, strategies, texts, and approaches for creating more accepting learning environments.
“’Learning is bidirectional. We learn from the environment, and the environment learns and is modified thanks to our actions.’ Imagine breathing in and out underwater, you'll find that you're doing the right thing, but in the wrong environment. So it is with our young people. To focus on their social emotional learning without mentioning the environment in which it happens is a disservice to us all.” -Samuel Bellamy Lead Strategist, SC Mentors
Learn About SEL Through the Resources Provided
In order to teach Social Emotional Learning, we must have a clear understanding of it ourselves. Explore these resources to gain meaningful statistics, practices and learning techniques that you then can utilize and join us to spread the awareness of the importance of SEL in all communities across South Carolina.