Use this Comprehensive Tool to Develop Social/Emotional Curriculum

Uplifting one-stop shop for social and emotional learning resources
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Uplifting one-stop shop for social and emotional learning resources

Site of the Week picks are selected from the top edtech tools reviewed by Common Sense Education, which helps educators find the best edtech tools, learn best practices for teaching with tech, and equip students with the skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly.

Title: inspirED
Summary: Uplifting one-stop shop for social and emotional learning resources

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Pros: Activities are age-appropriate, direct, and powerful and vary from one-minute to unit-long projects.
Cons: The accountability piece may be missing for teens who use the website independently.
Bottom Line: inspirED delivers exactly what it claims: empowering, easy-to-search content for social and emotional learning.

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By Common Sense Education

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