Helping Middle and High School Students Learn Social Emotional Skills
Self-awareness, impulse control, empathy, teamwork, and responsible decision-making are just some of the social-emotional skills that help students succeed in and out of school. Unfortunately, many middle students aren’t developing them today. What if there was a straightforward way to teach students empathy and encourage emotional development? That’s why we created Habitudes® for Social and Emotional Learning – Middle School Edition to teach social skills to middle school students.
Practical Social Emotional Lesson Plans
The Habitudes for Social and Emotional Learning – Middle School Edition curriculum uses memorable imagery, real-life stories, and practical experiences to teach timeless emotional skills in a way that is relevant to students today. Students are constantly using images to communicate via emojis, Instagram, and Snapchat. Why not utilize their favorite language to bridge the gap between learning and real-life application as part of your social-emotional learning program?
Habitudes for Social & Emotional Learning helps middle school students:
- Develop habits of self-discipline and initiative
- Implement time management skills to do what really counts
- Plan for personal growth outside the classroom
- Identify their unique strengths and passions for a healthy self-image
- And many more social and emotional skills
Learn more about Habitudes® for Social and Emotional Learning – Middle School Edition
Watch this video to learn more about Habitudes® for Social and Emotional Learning for Middle School.
What’s Included in Habitudes
Our social emotional learning curriculum includes access to the following teaching resources:
What Topics Are Covered
Habitudes for Social & Emotional Learning aligns with CASEL’s core competencies and covers topics such as:
LIST OF ALL TOPICS
|Middle School Edition||High School Edition|
|Accurate Self-Perception||Goal Setting|
|Recognizing Strengths||Organization Skills|
|Impulse Control||Stress Management|
|Respect for Others||Recognizing Strengths|