Student Resources For Improvement
Here you will find clips, games, and activities available online that pertain to Social and Emotional Learning as well as Conflict Resolutions!
Some of these materials can also be useful for Alternative Recess!
*Please note that the Nearpods are currently on Preview versions.
Stop Think Act Behavior Social Skills - Geared for younger students, it provides two scenarios for students to determine choices, what would happen as a result of those choices and how they should act on those situations.
Behavior Scenarios For Elementary Students Excerpt - This portion of a lesson is for students to evaluate how they would handle each scenario provided to them.
Behavior Scenario Analysis #1-4 - These scenarios provide students a chance to examine them, as well as determine possible choices and consequences to those choices.
Social and Emotional Learning
Social-Emotional Learning: What Is SEL and Why SEL Matters - A brief YouTube video which goes into the importance of Social and Emotional Learning and how it can be beneficial towards students.
Social Emotional Learning Videos for Kids: Self-Awareness & Strengths - A quick video about coming up with one's own strenghts and weaknesses.
Social Emotional Learning (Brainpop Section) - Contains a variety of videos and activities pertaining to SEL.
Managing Anger 3-5 - A Nearpod that works with students in the intermediate grade levels in regard to dealing with feelings of anger.
Decision Making Nearpod - Allow students to develop skills towards being able to handle independent decision making.
Daniel Tiger's Guess the Feeling - A PBS online game catered towards younger audiences that help students be able to recognize the feelings of others.
Naming Emotions and Social Emotional Learning for Kids - SmartKids - For elementary students on identifying emotions.
Self-Check Behavior Checklist Maker - Allows students to make a checklist for themselves to make sure they are ready for each part of their day.
Stress Relief Activities For Young Students - Suggestions of a variety of activities students can use for stress relief (note: the article is digital, but the tips done off of the computer).
Stress Management Tips for Students - Focused more on older students, it offers suggestions of what students can do for stress relief (note: like the above article, its digital, but the tips are done off the computer).
Conflict Resolution and Restitution
Conflict Resolution K-2 Nearpod - Focuses on developing conflict resolution skills for younger audiences.
Conflict Resolution 3-5 Nearpod - Focuses on developing conflict resolution skills for intermediate audiences.
Conflict Resolution 6-8 Nearpod - Focuses on developing conflict resolution skills for middle school audiences.
Conflict Resolution Brainpop - A set of different activites and a small video about how to handle conflict resolution.
The Meaning of Beep: Conflict Resolution - A Brainpop game that has you filling in words in sentences in order for them to make sense in regard to conflict resolution.
The Meaning of Beep: Ethics - A Brainpop game that has you filling in words in sentences in order for them to make sense in regard to ethics.
How Can I Be A Good Friend? - A small worksheet, can be done individually or with some help, on how to come up with ideas on being a good friend.
How Can I Be A Good Role Model? - Similar as the Good Friend worksheet, but this time focusing on how to be a good role model.
How Can I Be A Good Student? - Similar as the Good Friend worksheet, but this time focusing on how to be a good student.
Alternative Recess Specific
Kleki - A drawing application students can use on their Chromebooks.
PBS Kids - Operated by PBS, it offers a variety of educational games for elementary students.
Scholastic (School Rules) - Small article for younger students about different rules to follow.