Character Education Resources and Articles

Leadership Advancing Character and Culture in Schools sponsored by WCEP and Alverno CollegeThe 2020-2021 LACCS learning community is now forming. Learn more and apply today.

If you would like to discuss on-site professional development opportunities for 2019-2020 school year, or for more information, contact Julie Borgealt, or 414-382-6435.

Social Emotional and Character Education Resources to help parents and teachers during the Covid-19 Pandemic. 

7 Mindsets is offering a digital version of their "Morning Mindets via Facebook Live - every morning at 9 a.m. CST. These will be recorded and available for use with your students. Follow them:

CASEL CARES is a new initiative that connects the SEL community with experts to address how SEL can be most helpful in response to today’s circumstances. We are committed to our vision of disseminating high-quality SEL research and best practices – and are more determined now than ever.

Character Strong has been hard at work pulling together some incredible digital resources to help you navigate these tough times. Sign up for access to one or all of the following free virtual tools.

Child Trends is providing resources for supporting children's emotional well-being during the covid-19 pandemic. 

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) provides updates on policies and resources in during the covid-19 pandemic.

The Happy Caveman is offering free access to the Human Connection Hub - free for teachers and parents until June 30, 2020. 

The National Alliance on Mental Health Issues (NAMI) has created resources and tips for those dealing with mental health issues during this crisis.

The Neurosequential Network - Dr. Bruce Perry is doing a series of webinars and "office hours" that look at the Covid-19 pandemic through a trauma-informed lens. Resources and links will be added.

Playworks will be highlighting a series of
Playworks games on their social media channels in the coming weeks. These will be games that can be played at home with a small number of children. Follow along using #PlayworksAtHome and #PlayAtHome. 

Second Step compiled a list of resources you can use to help young people learn the social-emotional skills they need to get through these challenging events.

The Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) has currated resources and policy updates for Wisconsin Public Schools.

Character Education Resources and Articles