Decorating your classroom is important, and anchor charts are one of those teacher favorite ways to add some color to the classroom space and remind students of important information at the same time. Social-emotional learning is incredibly important, and these creative teachers have turned some of the concepts into memorable anchor charts.
Core Concepts of Social-Emotional Learning
There are five main competencies under the umbrella of social-emotional learning. The overarching concepts include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Underneath these concepts are a list of more specific skills like impulse control, self-discipline, and self-reflection.
It’s important for educators to focus on encouraging students to practice the use of any of the concepts underneath the social-emotional learning umbrella. Displaying anchor charts with important tips around the room can help to remind students of what they should be focusing on, and may even benefit their decision-making skills when interacting with other students.
Growth Mindset Classroom Inspiration
These creative teachers have taken concepts from the social-emotional learning umbrella and turned them into tools for their students to use every day. Check out these ideas and get inspired to help your students remember some of these important concepts:
More Classroom Decor Ideas and Inspiration
If you’re looking for more great ideas for decorating your classroom space, be sure to check out the other blogs on the Classroom Decorations tag page, or stop by the Celebrations & Seasons category page to see ideas for special times of the year.