Administrators, Teachers, and Parents agree that Social-emotional learning is just as important as academic learning.
But teachers need more support, 75% of teachers have only had informal SEL training.
How can we expect to impact students if we aren't supporting teachers?
SEL Educator's Implementation Guide and Adult SEL Skill-building sessions deliver the support you need to support social-emotional and academic outcomes for your school community.
Believe SEL is just as important as academic learning
1st Year Teacher
"I am a first-year teacher and these strategies are amazing. I have already implemented them in my planning and accommodated for virtual learning."
6th Grade Teacher
"Wow! You have great information on how to bring our students to feel stronger about themselves and become positive students and adults."
"This is my 11th year of teaching and I thought I knew everything about SEL.
I am so glad I participated because I learned so much and came away with some new ideas to begin this very unique year."
"I didn't have any courses on SEL in my teacher prep program. I find that this is my biggest weakness as a teacher. Your presentation really broke things down and was a great place to start learning more about SEL."
To ensure that your school community is equipped with the skills necessary to foster school-wide social-emotional competence, it is imperative to advocate for in-service and professional development training that emphasizes student SEL dimensions, teacher self-awareness, and self-management.
Unfortunately, these crucial components are often absent from teacher preparation programs. By prioritizing these skills, you can better prepare your educators to support the social-emotional well-being of their students and contribute to a positive learning environment. Make sure your school community is taking the necessary steps to prioritize social-emotional competence among its educators.
IMPROVED TEACHER WELL-BEING
STUDENT SOCIAL EMOTIONAL & ACADEMIC OUTCOMES
STUDENT - TEACHER RELATIONSHIPS
EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT