SEL at Camp
How do you know if you have happy campers?
Camp programs help young people learn to work together, make plans, and accomplish goals. These are all key activities that promote social and emotional learning, or SEL. SEL is the process of developing the “soft skills” young people need to get along as they grow up: to manage themselves as they engage with the world; build and maintain relationships; and treat setbacks and challenges as learning experiences to prompt growth.
Make the most out of young people’s summers by using Hello Insight: SEL at Camp.
SEL is a continuous, ongoing process in young people that involves developing many skills and attributes that are closely related, but distinct enough to be measured on their own. We call these “capacities.” Hello Insight: SEL at Camp reports on key capacities linked to long-term thriving you can measure in camp programs.
Everything that young people see, think, hear, do and feel is fuel for SEL, but a few key types of experiences are especially effective at boosting SEL growth. We use advanced analytics to predict which of those experiences will best promote growth in each group of young people in your program.