Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum
Our SEL curriculum is centered around the life experiences and ideas that your students bring to the classroom.
SEL Curriculum Overview
Our Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum provides educators with ready-made lessons that are inclusive, comprehensive, and accessible to a wide variety of learners.
- CASEL Aligned
- Formative and summative assessments
- Project based learning included in each unit
- Accommodations and translation to a variety of languages
Promoting student voice and student choice
Our SEL curriculum is centered around the ideas and experiences your students bring to the classroom.
More ways to teach and learn
Teacher led, student paced, or delivered via live participation mode allowing teachers to guide the students as they engage on their own devices.
Data that drives better outcomes
Easily track student progress by accessing comprehensive reporting with class grade books, student reports, and district and school-level dashboards.
5 SEL Units per Grades 6-12
Ori’s Social-Emotional Learning curriculum includes 5 units per grade level. Students will gain new insights and learn skills in Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationships, and Responsible Decision Making.
Students will gain knowledge and skills to develop a deeper understanding of themselves. They will discover more about their own identities and how to balance both positive and negative feelings. They will learn to recognize their strengths, advocate for support when needed, and understand the science of developing a growth mindset.
Students explore how emotions affect their well-being and understand the importance of effectively managing them. They’ll examine the impacts of stress, learn techniques for managing and preventing stressful situations, evaluate their priorities and understand how they influence time prioritization, explore their habits, learn how to edit them, and develop new, healthy ones.
Students will learn about the different factors that shape perspectives, be introduced to empathy, and learn to express it through compassion for others. In addition, students will learn to develop and express respect for others they may disagree with on a topic or position.
Students learn what it takes to identify, build, and maintain healthy relationships with others. In addition, students will understand the foundations of a healthy relationship, recognize when it’s time to change or end unhealthy relationships, and feel gratitude towards passed relationships that have postively impacted thier lives.
Students learn to recognize what influences their decision-making and who their decisions impact. Students are provided with strategies for resisting peer pressure, learn how to make healthy choices, and practice anticipating outcomes. Students also learn a 4-step process to solve personal, social, and community problems using empathy and perspective-taking.