Middle school social and emotional learning resources

Curriculum-relevant videos

Video is a powerful way to help your students understand concepts in the classroom.

SEL concepts, such as puberty and positive coping strategies, come to life as students see them applied to real-world situations. ClickView Miniclips, such as the series What’s With The Listies? can also help reinforce emotional literacy content taught in class. We work with subject experts to make sure all videos and educational resources are curriculum-relevant and carefully paced to maximize student learning.

US Middle School - Social and Emotional Learning Teaching Resources

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A sample of our extensive video collection

Could you and your SEL department benefit from carefully curated, engaging video content at your fingertips? You can now watch some of our most popular SEL videos free, for a limited time. Find out how ClickView can powerfully enhance student learning and engagement in the middle school classroom.

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What is Anxiety?

Series: Understanding Anxiety

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Calming My Body and Brain

Series: My Body and Brain Working Together

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Who Are You?

Series: Next Stop, Puberty!

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Finding Feelings

Series: My Body and Brain Working Together

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Access high-quality curriculum-relevant SEL resources

We work with a team of subject experts when creating our ClickView custom video content and educational resources. You can be confident that all content aligns with current educational practice, giving you peace of mind as you prepare your middle school SEL lessons. With a ClickView subscription, you have unlimited access to all videos in our library and supporting resources, such as classroom activities and lesson plans.

Lesson plans

What’s with The Listies?-image
What’s with The Listies?
Understanding Anxiety: <br> Transition Anxiety-image
Understanding Anxiety:
Transition Anxiety
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Time Flies:
Time Management Tips

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Relatable, real-world context

The SEL middle school library includes hand-picked contemporary content to engage students in the issues they care about most. Use the latest ClickView-produced videos and supporting resources to prompt conversation and develop skills in areas spanning emotional literacy, coping with anxiety and exam stress, personal strengths, and more.

On-demand teaching resources

Discover the extensive resource library at your fingertips, including lesson plan sequences, editable and downloadable worksheets, plus activity prompts to enhance SEL teaching and learning. Save valuable time by using on-demand educational resources, ready to embed into an LMS, download or print to use in the classroom.

Trusted curriculum-relevant content

All our quality resources are aligned with SEL competencies and are created with our team of educational consultants, to make sure they suit your needs. Use or adapt them as you develop individual lesson plans or units of study for social and emotional learning in your classroom.

Support differentiation and deep learning

For middle school students of varying abilities, interactive videos can extend the opportunity for learning. Overlay questions to one of the Next Stop: Puberty videos in the SEL collection, for example, or use an existing interactive on ClickView to support review and reflection. Differentiate questions to suit individual students, scaffolding and extending learning where appropriate for your class.

Teaching strategies resources

Access resources to help you use a range of teaching strategies, including metacognitive strategies in your middle school classroom. ClickView lesson plans explore the development of metacognitive strategies, encouraging students to think critically about their thinking to gain control of and motivation for their own learning.