Inspire high school students with these dynamic social emotional learning videos on topics like responsible decision making and healthy emotions. Each video works with our free high school SEL curriculum resources including worksheets, journal writing prompts, and activities for an instant lesson.
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This video helps teens see how their choices create ripple effects for themselves, their family, their community. What kind of waves do they want to create?
Responsible Decision Making, Role of Self in Community / Family RelationshipsSee the full quote and teaching resources
Inspire teens with this video on how kindness and responsibility are their own reward. Help teens see how good choices fill your heart with pride and good vibes.
Self-awareness, Relationship with self and community, Responsible choicesSee the full quote and teaching resources
Teens are in for a surprise with this video as they discover they don't "have to" do anything. Life is about choosing to do the things that help you reach your goals, even when they aren't fun. A change in perspective makes responsible decision making a lot easier.
Goal Setting, Responsible Decision MakingSee the full quote and teaching resources
This video shows teens that we all feel sad sometimes. Negative feelings can actually be a good thing when they help us connect with others through empathy or guide us toward healthier choices.
Self-Awareness, Healthy EmotionsSee the full quote and teaching resources
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. Sure there are things teens can get away with, but at what cost to relationships and sense of self? This quick moving video helps teens see that positive relationships require fair give and take while responsible choices feed a positive sense of self.
Positive relationships, Fairness / Moral choices, Respect for self and othersSee the full quote and teaching resources