All students bring with them their own experiences that become part of the overall classroom culture. Non-native students often have additional challenges while exploring social-emotional curriculum. Through the analysis of language, culture, and personal experiences of your student population, cultivate a toolbox of instructional practices designed specifically to support the obstacles of non-native students.
What shift to my current Social-Emotional Curriculum is required to meet the needs of non-native students in my classroom?
- I will be able to adapt my current SEL strategies to support non-native students during lesson planning.
- I will be able to identify specific needs and strategies based on my individual student’s experiences and background.
- I will be able to include supports for students’ families in my curriculum on how best help them navigate the American education system and ensure student success.
- Planning and Preparation
- Classroom Environment
- Professional Responsibilities