Art as a tool for Social Emotional Learning (SEL)



How can art allow us to express who we are? MoMA Educators are joined by a licensed social worker and therapist to discuss social-emotional learning (SEL), a process that can help us develop healthy identities, manage emotions, and make good decisions.

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0:00–0:47 A social worker’s intro
0:47–2:15 What is SEL?
2:15–3:13 Art as a tool for SEL
3:13–5:34 Lesson 1: Connecting emotions to Monet’s “Waterlilies”
5:34–8:18 Lesson 2: Perspective-taking and Kirchner’s “Street, Dresden”
8:18–10:27 Lesson 3: Social awareness and Kingman’s “Los Chucchidores”
10:27–12:17 Integrating SEL into your life

The comments and opinions expressed in this video are those of the speaker alone, and do not represent the views of The Museum of Modern Art, its personnel, or any artist. 

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