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Social-Emotional • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

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With social-emotional learning (SEL) products and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) resources from Really Good Stuff®, teachers can encourage the development of important lifelong skills in students that reach beyond curriculum-based education. Now more than ever, SEL and DEI in the classroom set children up for success both in school and out. With the skills taught with our DEI and SEL materials, students will adopt concepts and tools that will help them navigate a world brimming with new ideas, people, and cultures.

The Right Tools for Teaching Every Skill

When it comes to teaching kids about social and emotional aspects and diversity, equity, and inclusion, there are tools that can help. If you’re looking for ways to help teach kids about emotions, then giving them the ability to recognize and understand the different types of feelings is beneficial. A lot of kids have no idea how to put what they’re going through into words, but with the right SEL materials, you can help them express what they’re feeling.

Our social-emotional learning products include materials that help children understand the pillars of SEL, such as self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills, and social awareness. These concepts help students learn how to identify, evaluate, and manage their emotions, as well as hone interpersonal skills when it comes to understanding and socializing with peers. Teaching mindfulness and yoga is a great way to increase student self-awareness and self-management, and it’s a great launching to cultivating skills around the other pillars of SEL.

Once students have a better understanding of feelings within themselves, then introducing them to the diversity of the world will broaden their horizons and give them the skills and abilities to be more well-rounded individuals. It’ll also help them build their relationship skills, both in understanding others and in thinking about how to best interact with peers.

A World Beyond What They Know

For many kids, their world has been incredibly small. Until they step into the classroom, they may not know anyone outside of their family or neighborhood. This can create uncomfortable feelings, which is where diversity, equity, and inclusion resources can help.

With DEI resources in the classroom, teachers can familiarize students with and reinforce concepts of multiculturalism and other diversity topics, so they’ll be better prepared when exploring the vast world around them. The concepts covered in DEI resources help curb uncomfortable feelings children experience when learning about the world, and these skills can better prepare students for success later in life.