The research is clear. Students who exhibit stronger social-emotional skills perform better in school and grow up to be stronger, happier, and more active in their communities.

But talking about SEL and finding those teachable moments are not one in the same. Built by SEL experts for educators, Social-Emotional Learning Language Arts, or SELLA, gives K-6 teachers the project-based concepts, frameworks and tactile resources to easily weave SEL into their existing language arts curriculum.