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- Acknowledge emotions
Allow students to express themselves openly and without fear of being judged. Recognize, discuss, and validate your students’ emotions since they are an important part of the learning process. All feelings are valid and lead them through the process of managing these emotions.
- Encourage students to participate
Help them boost their confidence by taking responsibility in the classroom. It is also beneficial to their relational skills such as listening, responsibility, problem-solving and communication. Help them understand how important it is to connect and communicate.
- Incorporate SEL in your daily lesson Plan.
Consider how you can include SEL into your present classes. Instead of rushing, make every effort to connect. You can incorporate problem-solving and critical thinking skills. This will improve, relevant, and long-term classroom learning for your students.
- Establish positive classroom environment
Students can be inspired by creating a secure and supportive environment in which they feel appreciated, valued, and heard. It has the potential to provide numerous opportunities for a positive environment.
- Model SEL skill
As a teacher, you have to be a role model with positive social-emotional behaviors and attitudes in your interactions with students and colleagues. Be mindful of your own emotions and reactions and demonstrate healthy communication, empathy, and problem-solving skills.