Helpful Resources and Articles (Social & Emotional Learning)

After more than a year of lockdowns and closures, many in our community are feeling the fatigue and malaise of isolation and virtual learning. Spring offers us opportunities to spend more time outside and the increase in vaccine rates gives us hope that we may still have an opportunity to learn together in person this school year. 

In the interim, our Child Study and SEL faculty have put together resources for you and your family to help you all get through this latest challenge. Read their compendium of resources or explore the links below.

Helpful Links

How to support your child’s mental health during COVID-19 – School Mental Health Ontario


Immediate Crisis Support


211 Ontario


Kids Help Phone


Mental Health T.O.


Ontario’s I-CBT Program


COVID-19 Youth Mental Health Resource Hub


Articles

How school closures can strengthen your family


Supporting youth and teens during COVID


Tips for nurturing and protecting children at home – Child Mind Institute


Tips to help kids manage anxiety


10 ways parents can bring social-emotional learning home


When a child’s emotions spike, how a parent can find their best self


Workbooks

OHEL: COVID resilience workbook for children


Online Safety

Ask the Experts Webinar Series from organization Children and Screens


ProtectKidsOnline.ca


Cybersafe BC Resources


Zoe and Molly Online, designed for students in Grades 3 & 4


Helpful Resources and Articles (Social & Emotional Learning)