Students Learn Better when their teachers have strong SEL Skills 

Because we overlooked the need for educators to have strong social-emotional competence, we were not prepared for the high levels of stress and unknown changes that came with teaching through a pandemic.

Teachers who spend more time engaged with SEL activities also report higher levels of well-being. 80% of Educator's said that they cannot teach students effectively without considering SEL. (“Supports for Social and Emotional Learning in Schools.” Wallace Foundation)

Most schools today have an SEL curriculum for students but don't consider practicing adult SEL.

We believe that if you want to impact students, you have to support teachers. We understand the expectations that come with being a school teacher.

That’s why we practice Adult SEL. Our promise

  • Assess Educator Social-Emotional Competence, and track growth over time
  • Deliver evidence-based SEL PD Opportunities for Educators 
  • Provide Personal and School-Wide professional  development plans
  • Analyze team (Professional Learning Community) dynamics and adaptability

To impact student’s we have to support teachers. Our 3 step adult SEL professional development start’s with an assessment of teacher stress and well-being (DISC & EQ) and ends with a plan to support your teacher’s personal and professional development. Leading to strong social-emotional and academic outcomes for students.

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 DISC & Emotional Intelligence assessments to complete before scheduling 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, 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. 



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

Melisa |  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! 

Jennifer |  I think adult SEL is overlooked. It is always about our students SEL, but we have to be the models. These aren't just tips, but real actionable suggestions for SEL implementation 

Neeti | 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! 

Amanda C |  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.