SEL STARTS WITH ADULTS FIRST
The expectations that come with being an educator are so overwhelming it's easy to feel disconnected from your administrators, students, PLC, and your passion for building a strong generation.
Did you know that teachers who spend more time engaged with SEL activities report higher levels of well-being? And 80% of Educator's said that they could not teach students effectively without considering SEL? (“Supports for Social and Emotional Learning in Schools.” Wallace Foundation).
Over the past five years, we've collaborated with 18 school communities and over 400 educators to improve social-emotional competence through relationship, communication, and emotional intelligence training.
Our Social-Emotional Skill Building sessions help you remove stress and improve well being by
To impact students we have to support teachers. Our 3 step adult SEL professional development start’s with an assessment of teacher stress and well-being and ends with a plan to support your teacher’s personal and professional development. Leading a school community that's less stressed and more equipped to impact students social-emotional and academic outcomes.
Step 1: Assess teacher stress & well being
First, we’ll learn more about your school community through our onboarding call. Then we’ll distribute your assessments to complete before your SEL skill-building session.
Step 2: Debrief Individual and school-wide reports
In step 2, we’ll host SEL skill-building training for your educators, where we’ll debrief individual reports, and team reports and analyze the strengths and opportunities for growth in your professional learning communities.
Step 3: Deliver a plan of action to support teachers and impact students
During step 3, we’ll recap your school-wide data and make recommendations to improve teacher well-being, decrease teacher stress and Improve student outcomes.
Bonus Step 4: Track your teacher well being over time
Now that you’ve assessed your community social-emotional competence track your growth through the year with mid-year and end-of-year follow-up assessments and professional development.
*Available for individuals, leadership teams, and school communities*
RESULTS FROM PAST CLIENTS & PARTNERS
100% | Understand how SEL impacts personal and professional performance
95% | Improved their understanding of school-wide relationships and team dynamics
87% | Say our training will help them feel less stressed during the school year
80% | Have what they need to apply SEL activities learned during training
90% | of participants were able to identify personal SEL strengths and opportunities to effectively model SEL in the classroom
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"I love how this focuses on SEL for us as teachers. If we are in a healthy SEL space then we can help guide our students to that."
"I rarely think about adult SEL and therefore don’t practice it. It has always been all about the students. But it is so important to practice it ourselves in order to teach our students!"
"My biggest takeaway was The Platinum Rule - it’s so easy to get carried away treating people how we’d like to be treated, but it’s time to look at it differently and treat them how they would like to be treated!"
We'll provide an in-person or virtual training session to Review, applying and create a plan for your results.
Each training has an online course component, so after you complete your debrief you'll be able to continue learning more about your report and resources to apply.
Each month a team member will be online to deliver a lesson in application, hold Q&A, set and follow up on goals
We use evidence-based assessments to drive our asset-based approach to professional development.
Each assessment comes with a personalized report (35-40 pages), that gives you insights into your strengths, limitations, emotional intelligence, communication style, and more.
Compare communication styles, tendencies, and characteristics of your school community.