Classroom Resource: Family Interviews
Involving Parents in Our Students’ SEL
Involving parents and caregivers in our students' social emotional learning promotes healthy relationships at home, cultivates effective parent-teacher communication, helps our students to learn by example, and promotes social emotional development in adults.
In this take-home activity, students are given the opportunity to explore healthy and effective emotion management techniques with their loved ones.
Students are encouraged to interview an adult or loved one using the questions provided. Students will then record each of their interviewee’s answers below each question. After the interview, students must reflect on what they learned about identifying, expressing and managing emotions from their conversation.
Move This World is social emotional learning program that provides PreK-12 educators and students with video tools to strengthen their social & emotional well-being in order to create healthy environments where effective teaching and learning can occur. Through evidence-based, developmentally appropriate videos that open and close the school day, Move This World ritualizes a daily practice of identifying, expressing and managing emotions.
Schedule a call with an educational wellbeing consultant to learn more about Move This World and how a Tier 1, foundational social emotional learning support can benefit staff and students.