social-emotional learning and support
We start by using a comprehensive Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Survey to assess each student's social-emotional strengths and challenges.
Analysis of Results
Our MAP Guides (educators) and Social-Emotional Learning Specialists analyze the results of the SEL survey to identify areas where students may need additional support.
We take a targeted approach to addressing the social-emotional needs of each student.
Evaluation & Adjustment
We regularly evaluate the effectiveness of our social-emotional support interventions to ensure they are helping students make progress towards their social-emotional goals.
We are focused on nurturing
Students with self-efficacy believe they can do a good job on their work.
Students with a growth mindset know that if they work hard they can learn anything.
Students with grit keep trying even when things get hard.
Students with strong self-management are calm and focused on their work.
Students who regulate their emotions use processes that impact which emotions they have, when they have them, and how they experience and express them.
Engaged students are 2.5 times more likely to say that they get excellent grades and do well in school, and they are 4.5 times more likely to be hopeful about the future than their actively disengaged peers.
Students with strong relationship skills are able to establish and maintain healthy and rewarding relationships with diverse individuals and groups.
Students with strong social perspective taking skills have the ability to put oneself in the place of others and recognize that other individuals may have points of view different from one's own.