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It’s time to teach SEAL!

You know that Arts Integration is an amazing way to engage your students in authentic learning experiences.  

Now, you can learn how to integrate the arts with social-emotional learning when you learn how to teach SEAL!

If you’re a caring, creative teacher who is ready to start teaching SEAL, be sure to sign up for my FREE online workshop!

Free SEAL Workshop

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Watch this free workshop on-demand and learn the 3 Secrets to Integrating the Arts with Social-Emotional Learning – even when teaching online!

Are you concerned about your students’ social-emotional needs?  Learn how integrating the ARTs with SEL is the answer!

Be the teacher your students need! 

Be a SEAL Teacher!

Join SEAL Teacher Training and learn the mindset, methods and integration of SEAL so that you can transform your teaching and develop your students’ social-emotional learning through the ARTS!

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How to Make and Use an Emotional Wheel

  Let's Make an Emotion Wheel!   The Emotion Wheel can be a very powerful tool for students to identify and discuss their emotions.  My name is Elizabeth Peterson, and I'm the creator of SEAL: Social-Emotional Artistic Learning where we take the best of what arts...

Friendly Hearts

Hearts don't have to just mean love, certainly not romance.  Hearts can also be a symbol of kindness and friendship.   I love finding new ways to promote kindness and friendship in my classroom for our Friendly Fridays.  While scrolling through Facebook the other day,...

Implement SEL Successfully with the ARTs

Hey everyone, I’m Elizabeth and I love helping other caring, creative teachers bring the Arts into their classroom!  I especially love doing this through SEAL: Social-Emotional Artistic Learning. If this topic interests you, you are in the right place.  Talking about...

Is Your PD Teacher-Centered?

Is Your PD Teacher-Centered?​ It’s important for your professional development (PD) to be Teacher-Centered so that you can get the most out of it. You need to take charge of your learning and in turn inspire your students. Here, I share 5 questions you can ask to see...

Sharing Friendly Fridays – Making Origami Lotus Flowers

For the last two months, my class has been doing something special each Friday: Friendly Fridays.  These are small activities that build on Social Relationships between classmates.  In the past they have made notes and pictures for each other and practiced writing and...

Positive Self-Talk

What is Positive Self-Talk? The voice inside our own heads is very powerful and something that we can't escape.  What that voice says to us can really affect our mood, our motivation and our growth.  If that voice is always saying things such as, "I bet you couldn't...

The 3 Waves of SEAL

Have you ever felt the need to take back control of your own teaching?  Felt the need to re-empower yourself in your own classroom?  Me too.  I've felt defeated and run down by the challenges not only of the job, but the evolving needs of our students.  But things...

One Teacher Self-Care Strategy that Works

Drained? Overwhelmed?​ You know teacher self-care is important and here’s a strategy that works! These self care activities for a tough day will help you when you are in a moment of stress and anxiety.  Pull yourself out of that distress with these quick self-care...