SEL in Digital Life Resource Center

Support your students' social and emotional learning as they navigate the digital world, with our collection of SEL in Digital Life resources.

Technology is changing the social and emotional landscape that students navigate every day, from how they express themselves to how they communicate with friends and family. With the right support, students can learn how to integrate technology into their lives to promote their own well-being and to be a positive influence in their communities. This collection of CASEL-aligned quick activities, family conversation starters, and accompanying professional development resources is an addition to our free K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum that will help you promote social and emotional learning as your students navigate the digital world.

Additional SEL Resources

Teachers' Essential Guide

New to SEL? Our Teachers' Essential Guide is a great place to start to get the 101 on SEL and its connection to digital life.
 

SEL Movie discussion guides

Movies to Help You Teach SEL in the Classroom

Characters and stories in movies can really bring SEL concepts to life, so we've identified movies you can use to start conversations with your students. Each film recommendation below comes with a lesson plan for educators and an active viewing guide for students.

K–5: Inside Out
6–8: Whale Rider
9–12: Minari

 

Family Engagement Activities for SEL

Family Engagement Activities

Share these family conversation starters to help your students and their families talk meaningfully about their digital lives. Each conversation starter is linked directly within our SEL in Digital Life activities. You can also access them via the packets linked below.

K–2 Packet: English | Spanish (coming soon!)
3–5 Packet: English | Spanish (coming soon!)
6–8 Packet: English | Spanish (coming soon!)
9–12 Packet: English | Spanish (coming soon!)

Professional Learning for SEL in Digital Life

Professional Development Resources

Browse our collection of professional learning resources (and register for our upcoming SEL webinar) to help develop effective strategies for supporting students' social and emotional well-being in their digital lives.