This page introduces you to key ideas and resources for Social-Emotional Learning and well-being for high school students.
Winnisquam uses the CASEL Framework for Social-Emotional Learning. The framework has five key ideas that you can use to support well-being.
Self-awareness is the ability to understand one’s own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence behavior.
Resources to Support Self-Awareness
Self-management is the ability to manage one’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviors effectively in different situations and to achieve goals.
Resources to Support Self-Management
Social awareness is the ability to understand the perspectives of and empathize with others, including those from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and contexts.
Strategies to Support Social Awareness
Relationship skills include the ability to have healthy and supportive connections with others. They also include the ability to work well with others.
Resources to Support Relationship Skills
Responsible decision-making is the ability to make skillful about personal behavior and social interactions in many types of situations.
Resources to Support Responsible Decision-Making