Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is a student-centered approach that emphasizes building on students' strengths, developing skills through hands-on learning, giving young people voice in the learning process, and supporting youth through positive relationships. In this toolkit, we link to instructional practices and resources that youth work professionals can use to advance SEL.
This presentation by Dr. Taylor Starr provides information to help educators answer questions about birth control methods.
In this new edition of PrACTice Matters, Christine Bozlak discusses the benefits of youth participation in public health efforts, provides examples of youth civic engagement, and offers recommendations for involving youth in policy-related activities.
On our youth site, we help young people understand how to recognize and respond to stress.