Supporting Schools Communities for the Modern Day
How #WINATSOCIAL Supports Educators
Need a solution that addresses student well-being, including challenging topics like social media & technology use 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.
NEW: Real-Time Student InsightsAccess real-time data to keep up with the latest student trends, including social media and tech, identify roadblocks to student health and learning, understand school culture, enable high-impact teaching, inform school policy and communications, and benchmark your school or district against the nation.
Faculty Professional DevelopmentOur Educator Advancement Team provides professional development, faculty presentations, and useful resources to inspire positive classroom experiences across our national community of educators.
How the Juneau School District Scaled Social Media and Tech Education District-wide
The Juneau School District (JSD) is home to approximately 4,600 public school students. It is the fifth largest district in the state of Alaska, and one in five of the district’s students are of Alaska Native heritage. JSD’s mission is to provide each student with meaningful, relevant, and rigorous learning experiences in order to graduate diverse, engaged citizens ready for a changing world. This case study explores how Juneau School District scaled social media and tech education district-wide to support academic success to strengthen student engagement and school culture.
White Paper: Social Media and Well-being: What Students Want Adults to Know
On average, students spend 8.3 hours on social media every day. For Generation Z, and even Millennials, social media is simply just being social. These apps are an extension of their social world, and these same digital experiences have the power to amplify anxiety and social challenges but also spark curiosity, passion, and joy. No one receives a test before they get on social media. There is no obvious determining factor to decide if someone is “ready” to take on the emotional ups and downs of social media, the mindless (and often hilarious) distractions the internet provides. For years, social media has been a social-emotional scapegoat, but that might be unfounded. Like most things, there are pros and cons to social media, but which one outweighs the other?