Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) | Imagine Learning

Social & Emotional Learning

Imagine vibrant school communities where every student engages authentically with themselves, their peers, and the world around them. Support students in learning life and social skills.

Social and Emotional Learning

Foster Student Well-Being, and Academic Success Will Follow

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process of learning and applying the knowledge and skills to care for emotions, social relationships, and each individual’s sense of self. SEL has the potential to foster healthy learning environments and address longstanding disparities in student opportunities and outcomes.

Integrating social and emotional learning into the classroom gives educators powerful ways to connect with students. Research shows SEL instruction reduces student stress and anxiety, encourages self-confidence, and can significantly improve academic performance.

Improve Student Life and Social Skills

Form positive attitudes

Students who receive SEL instruction are more likely to have a positive attitude about school.

Outperform peers

Students who receive SEL instruction outperform their peers by an average of eleven percentile points.

Reduce anxiety

Students who receive SEL instruction experience reduced stress and anxiety.

Start with SEL

Educators play a vital role in creating vibrant classrooms where all students thrive. We’re here to help with Imagine Purpose.

Purpose Prep

Imagine Purpose

Our social and emotional learning curriculum to help students, faculty, and educators increase self-confidence, build and maintain healthy relationships, increase academic excellence, improve behavior, and find success both in and out of school.

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SEL Foundations

Imagine Purpose translates the best research in online learning, neuroscience, pedagogy, and educational psychology into its instructional design. Our engaging curriculum, targeted support for diverse learners, family engagement elements, and focused professional development ensure that students develop the productive attitudes and prosocial behavior needed for success in school, work, relationships, and life.