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15 Social Emotional Learning Tasks FOR Students For the Classroom

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This infographic highlights 15 activities from the book "Cultivating Communication in the Classroom." The tasks focus on a variety of communication skills which each flex an individual social emotional learning skill.

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15 Social Emotional Learning Tasks FOR Students For the Classroom

  1. 1. INDUSTRY INSIGHTS For more info, check out “Cultivating Communication in the Classroom: Future-Ready Skills for Secondary Students” Lisa Johnson (@TechChef4u) www.techchef4u.com #cultivatecomm Self-Awareness Self-Management Social Awareness Relationship Skills Responsible Decision-Making 1. EVALUATE an individual or group project using a model like Glows and Grows or Keep/Change/Delete. 2. REFLECT on a model like Flow or Uffe Elbaek to get a feel for how you make decisions and what your strengths and weaknesses are. 3. DISCUSS the results of an independent or group rubric with a peer. 4. ROLE PLAY a variety of scenarios that might impact a group (e.g. one person absent too often or one person not speaking up) and how to handle them. 5. COMPOSE an email to your Future Self using a tool like FutureMe.org with goals for the semester or year. 6. DESIGN a resume for the job you want (not the job you are currently qualified for). 7. EMAIL a peer that was absent in class with the resources and a few kinds words. 8. DESIGN a product for a particular audience (e.g. another class or grade level, a community group, etc…). 9. SWAP a project (you are currently working on) with another group and complete it. 10. ENACT a group quiz where each student is responsible for every other student in their group and their knowledge and comprehension of the content. 11. SET group-sourced norms for a project. 12. CREATE a collaborative agenda and timeline for a group project using tools like Google Docs andTrello. 13. DESIGN a decision tree to determine multiple avenues to solve a problem or complete a process. 14. ANALYZE your own social media feed. What would you delete? What is no longer relevant? 15. DISCUSS the masks you wear online (e.g. sister, peer, student, daughter) and how each mask impacts what you share and/or don’t share online. SEL Index Included!! SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING Tasks15 FOR STUDENTS FOR the CLASSROOM

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