NCASE Resource Library
This guide is designed to ensure a strong and equitable workforce pipeline of professionals ready to serve as the field works to increase access to out-of-school time experiences.
These 26 social-emotional check-in activities are designed for K-12 students and can be especially helpful in keeping the focus on relationships and social-emotional learning during COVID, when youth need to feel supported and build skills to cope, heal, and thrive. These activities are designed for in-person programs. Once you enter your email address you can download the curriculum.
This guide is intended for child care and school-age child care business owners to help them complete the child care stabilization grant application. It provides information on each category of allowable expenses.
This tool kit provides ideas and resources to support youth workers in their efforts to support anti-racist practice.
These social-emotional check-in activities are designed for K-12 students and can be especially helpful in keeping the focus on relationships and social-emotional learning. The activities can be useful in times of distance learning, as well as in-person programs. This resource supports the COVID-19 response.
This toolkit includes resources that will help build child care supply. It includes six steps: (1) assess and plan; (2) identify resources; (3) generate awareness; (4) develop strategies; (5) implement your plan; and (6) evaluate and implement. The concepts build on recognized strategic planning principles and include stories of success. This resource supports the COVID-19 response.
These program standards, self-assessment rubric, and resources are designed to help afterschool programs evaluate and improve the support they are providing for youth who are engaged in distance learning.
This toolkit includes resources for training on trauma-informed social-emotional learning in the classroom. There is a PowerPoint slide deck, a workshop facilitator guide, and a supplemental handout. It includes information on ACES and trauma, systemic adversity and historical trauma, concrete and evidence-based strategies on trauma-informed strategies, and educator self-care.
This checklist can serve as a prompt for how out-of-school staff can continue to build developmental relationships with children and youth during COVID-19, whether interacting with them in person or while they are at home. It includes ways to build positive and caring relationships by expressing care, challenging growth, providing support, sharing power, and expanding possibilities.
This resource offers information on supporting children’s emotional well-being during the COVID-19 public health crisis. It includes recommendations for how to talk to children about the virus and how to promote emotional health through reassurance, routines, and regulation. It also includes links to key organizations that can support children, families, and providers.