SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL)
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process through which children understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
- What are my thoughts and feelings?
- What causes those thoughts and feelings?
- How can I express my thoughts and feelings respectfully?
- What different responses can I have to an event?
- How can I respond to an event as constructively as possible?
- How can I better understand other people’s thoughts and feelings?
- How can I better understand why people feel and think the way they do?
- How can I adjust my actions so that my interactions with different people turn out well?
- How can I communicate my expectations to other people?
- How can I communicate with other people to understand and manage their expectations of me?
RESPONSIBLE DECISION MAKING
- What consequences will my actions have on myself and others?
- How do my choices align with my values?
- How can I solve problems creatively?
District 84 provides a continuum of age-appropriate learning experiences for students regarding sexual assault and abuse in compliance with the Illinois School Code and Erin's Law. More Information regarding Erin's Law prevention can be found on Erin's Law Page.