If students can see the beauty in spilled milk, research suggests they’ll learn better.
"Thanks! A Strengths-Based Curriculum" features lessons to help students understand the meaning of gratitude and cultivate it in their everyday lives.
Students are talking about race and racism. Social-emotional skills can help keep those discussions civil and empathic.
A new study links student participation in SEL programs to voter participation later in life.
Here are four simple techniques for “self-distancing,” a research-tested way to break cycles of rumination and recrimination.
In times of stress, the quality we're looking for in our friends is empathy, a new study finds.
SEL programs improve students' well-being, performance, and conduct—and a new research review suggests that these benefits are long-lasting.
Looking for some ways to bring gratitude into the classroom this Thanksgiving season? Here are some ideas to get you started.
During the past year, Greater Good published a lot of exciting articles about teaching and schools. Here are some of the best.
Robert Emmons offers everyday tips for living a life of gratitude.
Research suggests caring relationships with teachers help students do better in school and act more kindly toward others.
To greet the new year, Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton provides the best research-based tips for overcoming our differences.
Three practical, research-based suggestions for one of the most effective and important things school leaders can do.