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
Jaisley | 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.
Janelle | 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.
Tiffany | 11th-year teacher
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.
Melissa | Classroom Teacher
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.
With student SEL dimensions, teacher self-awareness, and self-management absent from teacher preparation programs, it’s a must for your school community to advocate for in-service and professional development training that emphasizes school-wide Social-Emotional competence.
You should spend a school year focused on adult SEL growth before implementing your school-wide SEL plan that will emphasize the entire school community.