Move This World Rolls Out Videos and Resources to Support SEL at Home

Posted Apr 13, 2020

Materials include access to Move This World’s evidence-based social emotional learning videos for PreK-12 students alongside supplementary resources. 

New York, NY (April 13, 2020) - Move This World, an engaging, video-based PreK-12 social emotional learning program, has launched a resource library filled with exercises and activities that educators can share with families in order to support social emotional learning at home as well as encourage families and students to prioritize their wellbeing throughout the COVID-19 crisis. As a part of the resource library, Move This World has released free video showcases featuring SEL videos that students can engage in independently, with their family members, or virtually as a class. 

In addition to the resource library, Move This World is offering regular opportunities for educators and parents to connect virtually. Sara LaHayne, the Founder and CEO of Move This World, is hosting Move This World Special Programming through Facebook Live multiple times per week. This live stream provides educators, families and students an opportunity to follow along with a brief social emotional learning exercise rooted in creative expression and mindfulness. Move This World is often hosting webinars on a weekly basis. Webinars are focused on providing educators and families with ready-to-use SEL resources for home and sharing strategies for how to help students process their feelings in response to COVID-19. 

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About Move This World

Move This World cultivates students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) skills that empower them to navigate the complex and rapidly-changing realities of our world. Move This World is a social emotional learning program that enables students to establish and maintain healthy relationships with peers, staff and themselves. The curriculum is delivered through an extensive online library of PreK-12 videos and resources rooted in creative expression that help students, teachers and staff develop a common language to improve communication and build trust. Move This World has impacted the lives of over 1 million students across 30 states.