It’s time to teach SEAL!

 

Students arrive to school with many social and emotional needs. Problem is, teachers lack the training it takes to help them. This leads to stressed out teachers who are on the brink of burn out.

The thing is, students deserve to get an education that is free of disruptions. And teachers should feel empowered to provide the safe, learning environment they long to teach in!

 

SEAL is the only method that empowers caring teachers to

calm classroom behavior issues and ease teacher burnout

by embedding creative social-emotional strategies into their current content without requiring them to implement an entire program that takes up precious class time.

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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

Watch this quick video to learn what SEAL is all about!

Are You interested in some FREE SEAL Tools?  Check these out!

6+ Strategies to connect with your students

Connect with Your Students

Feel like you don’t have time to connect with your students?  Now you can with these Quick Connection strategies that take under 5 minutes.  PLUS- 11 bonus connection strategies!

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Discuss Emotions

Use this SEAL Tool to build self-awareness and talk about emotions.  Great for  SEL conversations throughout your curriculum!

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Practice Scenarios

With these Situation Cards, you can practice identifying emotions, build responsible decision making skills and develop empathy!

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!

Check out our library of posts containing information and tons of ideas for SEAL!

Why I Teach SEL through SEAL

Have you heard of SEAL?  It stands for Social-Emotional Artistic Learning!  It takes the best of what arts integration is and integrates it with the ever growing need for social-emotional learning.  I teach SEAL and today I want to tell you more about WHY I teach SEL...

Friendly Friday™ Activities for the Winter

My students LOVE Friendly Fridays™! What are they?  They are a consistent time during our week when we can focus on SEAL (Social-Emotional Artistic Learning).  We create, we share and we work on our social-awareness and relationship skills. Today, I'm sharing 3...

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...

Music: Key to Happiness

Music has a great impact on the body and to the soul.   It affect your social and emotional well-being.  Every song you hear can affect you and at times remind you of the different experiences in your life. It can sometimes make or break you. Oftentimes, music can...

How to Make Playdough and Use it for SEL

Making homemade playdough is easy and fun!  (A little messy too, but that can just add to the fun.)  Making playdough is something you could assign to your students.  Then, have them use it for sculpting assignments or stress relief.  (Great for some SEL!) Our focus...

Empower Yourself with SEAL

Do you feel EMPOWERED in your classroom? Woah, that's a loaded question, right? Well, that's what this 30 minute mini-workshop teaches us. It was originally given live on Facebook to help teachers understand how they can effectively empower themselves.  If you missed...

Teaching Remotely from Home

This workshop is geared to teachers who are transitioning to teaching remotely from home.  Learn some tips about mindset, how to keep connections with your students, and where you can get FREE resources for your students and yourself! And you can even earn PD for this...

The Best Kept Secret About SEAL

I want to share the best kept secret about SEAL that only a few educators know about and even fewer truly understand.First, what is SEAL? SEAL stands for Social-Emotional Artistic Learning.  It takes the best of what the arts have to offer and couples it with the...