provide an overview of research and best practices
of the three primary concepts:
(A) Standards-Based Learning
(B) Social-Emotional Learning
(C) Human Development
All presentations and coaching are provided under a model of "adopt and adapt"
to help schools tailor these concepts to their needs.
Presentations are booked at a school's preferred location at a time convenient for the staff, in the morning, midday, or afternoon.
The initial presentation allows for an overview and discussion of primary and secondary concepts of this framework and philosophy.
Followup presentations and coaching are scheduled at the discretion of the school according to a customized transition timeline.
Presentations are always in-person and coaching is provided via video-conferencing for ongoing feedback and advice specific to the needs of each teacher and their students.
As we prepare our students for success in college or careers,
it is critical that elementary, middle, and high schools adopt and adapt a well-rounded philosophy towards academic, social-emotional, and human development.
Many students spend roughly half of their waking hours on a school campus (8am - 4pm).
Students learn more than academics on a school campus. They develop friendships, mentors, study skills as well as life skills on a school campus.
It is important that classrooms take care to support academic, social-emotional, and human development equally to meet individual student needs.