“This is SEL 2.0”
"I’d call SEE Learning ‘SEL 2.0’, showing the way to the future direction for this critically important educational approach."
Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence: Why it Can Matter More than IQSIGN UP FOR SEE 101: Orientation
What is SEE Learning
The Science of Compassion.
The Cultivation of Awareness.
The Tools of Engagement.
The Future of Education.
Social, Emotional, and Ethical (SEE) Learning is an innovative K-12 education program developed by Emory University.
SEE Learning™ provides educators with the tools they need to foster the development of emotional, social, and ethical intelligence for students and themselves.
SEE Learning™ represents the state of the art in education by enhancing SEL programming with key additional components, including:
- attention training
- compassion and ethical discernment
- systems thinking
- resilience and trauma-informed practice
This program provides educators with a developmentally-staged curriculum consisting of easy-to-implement lessons, the conceptual framework used to design the curriculum, and resources for educator preparation and development. SEE Learning empowers students to engage ethically as part of a global community and provides educators with the tools to support student well-being.
Who We Are
We are a global community comprised of over 7000+ educators and partners across over 25 countries. Our highly qualified team of advisors includes experts from the fields of:
- Compassion Science
- Trauma and Resilience
Who We Serve
- Parents and Families (in development)
- School and District Leaders
How To Get Started
The SEE Journey Starts Here.
Take the Orientation
Embark on your SEE Learning Journey with SEE 101: Orientation or explore the resources section for sample learning experiences, practices, and tip sheets.Sign Up for SEE 101
Download the Curriculum
After completing SEE 101: Orientation, you will have full access to the SEE Learning Curriculum.
Connect to the Community
We are a constantly-evolving global community of educators and researchers, working towards a more compassionate future.Contact SEE Learning