Tennessee SEL Standards: Prioritizing Social and Personal Competencies

In April 2017, the Tennessee Department of Education released a strategic plan, Tennessee Succeeds, with three priority areas: All Means All, High School and Bridge to Postsecondary, and Educator Support. Social and personal competencies are core to all three priorities.

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By becoming leaders in SEL, districts in Tennessee aren’t just ahead of the curve, but providing students with skills that will benefit them for years to come.

What do the Tennessee SEL standards require?

The Tennessee state standards are aligned to CASEL’s five social emotional competencies:

  1. Self-Awareness

  2. Self-Management

  3. Social Awareness

  4. Relationship Skills

  5. Responsible Decision Making

How can districts become leaders in SEL? 

We’ve put together a sample alignment guide to show how seamlessly the Tennessee SEL standards align to Move This World’s curriculum objectives. A school or district-wide social and emotional learning plan can support all students, staff, and families in your community. Additionally, a Tier 1 approach to SEL helps provide a common language around social and emotional skills so that students, staff, and families can all participate in creating a positive school culture. Contact our team and learn more about bringing social and emotional support to your district.

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