Life Skills for the Modern Day

How #WINATSOCIAL Equips Parents

We equip parents with the in’s and out’s of social media, student trends, and discussion topics for healthy family conversations. When schools partner with The Social Institute, parents get access to the Parent Toolkit, easy-to-follow guides about popular social media apps, healthy family discussion topics, and other resources that support positive, high-character student experiences.

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Cynthia Hanks
Mom of a 7th Grader
Saint Raphael School
"The parent presentation that evening was then packed with solid information, relevant examples, a clear message, and step-by-step recommendations that will benefit the Hanks house. I really enjoyed how The Social Institute tailored the presentation to our own school’s needs and provided tools to navigate this ever-changing world of social media. I came home surprisingly refreshed and optimistic that there is even more possibility to social media than I knew of. These teens have influences from social media that are shaping who they become as individuals, and I see tremendous value in learning technology simultaneously with my child."

Parent Toolkit

The Parent Toolkit is a library of family discussion topics, expert advice on tech trends impacting students, and helpful insight into scenarios that children face daily.

Family Huddle Questions

Family Huddles are short conversations about common social and social media scenarios. Proactively huddle with a child to build trust and prepare them to make thoughtful, real-time decisions.

Parent Presentation

Equip parents with the best practices, knowledge, and everyday tools to help their children navigate social-emotional health, social media, and technology positively.
Blog April 1, 2021

Defining modern social-emotional learning

Student technology and social media use are skyrocketing and schools struggle to keep up. From texting to TikTok to online coursework, students don’t distinguish between the physical world and the digital world. It’s all the same. Social media is just being social. With technology’s rate of change, student experiences evolve quickly. How can schools continue to foster healthy, productive learning environments?

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Support Your Educators

Need a turnkey solution for social media use and social-emotional learning that empowers your school community without overburdening faculty?

Empower Your Students

From interactive and engaging lessons to the Student Ambassador Program, empower your students to build healthy, productive lives.

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Let's help your school's parent community with proactive, positive resources that align with #WinAtSocial Lessons.