Social-Emotional Learning for the Modern Day
How #WINATSOCIAL Supports Educators
Need a turnkey solution for social media use and social-emotional learning that empowers your school community without overburdening faculty?
Sequenced, Developmentally Appropriate Lessons#WinAtSocial Lessons begin in 4th grade with emotional awareness and progress through technology use, social media, life skills, social emotional prep for college, and career skills. We take a positive, student-respected approach, while many lessons incorporate science, history, social studies, and other topics - so you can incorporate #WinAtSocial Lessons throughout the school day.
Curriculum CalendarsIn order to help schools plan their year and integrate #WinAtSocial into their academic calendar, we mapped out all 63 of our lessons into a month-by-month sequence for each grade. While all of our evergreen, turnkey lessons can be facilitated at any point throughout the year to fit the needs of our partners, the Curriculum Calendar provides additional guidance for setting your school up for success.
Insights: assessment + School BenchmarkingUnderstanding student wellbeing, behaviors, and trends is critical to strengthening a school community. Download a data sample to explore how insights can help your school.
Faculty Professional DevelopmentWhen Faculty have varying levels of experience with social-emotional learning, our professional development resources and faculty presentations can provide engaging content and useful tips from experts within our national community of educators.
How Episcopal Academy utilized The Social Institute’s turnkey curriculum to address SEL across multiple divisions.
Founded in 1785 and located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Episcopal Academy is one of the oldest independent Episcopal schools in the United States, offering Pre-K through 12th grade.