Around the world, teachers are empowering their students to address critical social issues, all while building the key social and emotional skills to be future-ready, confident global citizens. From teacher modules and professional development to help build your capacity, to lesson plans and activities for your students, explore our free resources below. Don’t miss resources you may not have seen before, such as our resources on trauma-informed practices, social and emotional learning and well-being.
WE Schools service-learning resources and activities Access issues-based lesson plans and more to help students take action on local and global issues while building skills like resilience, empathy and problem-solving.
Teacher resources Build your capacity in the classroom with resources focused on trauma-informed practices, professional development and training, and connection to a community of like-minded educators.
Grants and awards Be the first to find out about opportunities for grants and awards to help bring your students’ service-learning to life.
A video-on-demand library Access videos of all our events and workshops for students and teachers, with special guests and based on relevant, timely themes and issues.
Don’t miss our exciting event line-up, available to watch live or on-demand! Check out our Global Classrooms for students, each with an accompanying workshop, focused on themes like Equity & Accessibility, Social Entrepreneurship, Education & Innovation, and more. Or connect to fellow teachers at our Professional Development events, featuring keynote speakers who are educational experts in their fields. Click below to find out more about upcoming events and to register!
THE SERVICE-LEARNING STUDENT TOOLKIT
Includes checklists, worksheets and more to help students explore critical social issues, keep track of their progress and reflect on their experiences. Also a great resource for students looking to take on a leadership role in a service club. Keep an eye out for more resources geared specifically toward students: coming soon!