Sequential and Engaging SEL Curriculum for Middle & High School Students
Ori’s Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) curricula for Middle School and High School empower your teachers to deliver essential social and emotional skill instruction with confidence. Our Universal Design for Learning (UDL) aligned SEL curriculum fosters curiosity, instills perseverance, and empowers students to thrive in school and beyond.
SEL Curriculum Overview
Spiral Curriculum Design
Student-centered SEL lessons
Empower your teachers with social and emotional learning materials that engage Gen-Z students with its use of Canva, videos they love, interactive activities, and a focus on student voice/interests.
UDL-based social emotional program
UDL enhances our social and emotional learning solution for all students while also promoting access for EL students, students with disabilities, and diverse learners.
Sample SEL Lessons
Social-Emotional Learning Courses
In Unit 1, students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to develop a deeper understanding of themselves, pairing self-determination theory with growth mindset, the belief that our abilities are not fixed, but instead malleable, to promote academic and personal success.
This unit also supports the exploration of identities, outlooks, interests, and mindsets.
Unit 2 focuses on emotion recognition and identifying needs. Students learn to see emotions as helpful indicators and learn to choose flexible emotion regulation strategies to meet their needs. They are also encouraged to seek support from others and learn strategies to relieve the uncomfortable physical effects of emotions.
Students learn how to use stress to their advantage while also learning ways to manage their time, prioritize their schedules,
and form habits that help prevent emotional dysregulation.
Unit 4 helps students identify and recognize the healthy and unhealthy relationships in their lives while providing tools to build new friendships and strengthen existing ones. Students also learn to have gratitude and consider the positive impact of relationships that have ended, as well as the impact they have on others.
Comprehensive and ready-to-teach lessons
- 5 CASEL-aligned units per grade
- Lesson guides to teach from a script or prompts
- Multiple Delivery Modes and Flexible Lesson Lengths
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