Life Skills for the Modern Day
How We Empower Students
Ready to proactively help your students build important skills to fuel their health, happiness, and future success?
Sequenced, Developmentally Appropriate Lessons
#WinAtSocial Lessons begin in 4th grade and grow with students, building important skills that range from emotional awareness to college prep and career skills. Our student-respected approach incorporates science, history, social studies, health and other topics – so teachers can incorporate #WinAtSocial Lessons throughout the school day.
Build emotional awareness and foundational social skills in grades 4 and 5.
Help students navigate daily social challenges, including experiences with social media and technology – whether or not they have a device or use social apps.
Strengthen student resilience, soft skills, and emotional intelligence to prepare for complex challenges including college admissions, balancing technology, and future employment.
More Ways to Engage Students
Student Ambassador and Internship ProgramStudents are core to our mission. This program develops student-led ideas and input so that we can better amplify student voices nationwide.
Student PresentationWe deliver unique presentations that connect with students on their level. Students will learn winning moves to navigate daily social situations, social media, technology, and well-being.
The Essential Guide to Empowering Students to Make High-Character Decisions Online and Offline
Students spend an average of 32.5 hours in class every week. After you factor in parents’ busy work schedules and student extracurricular activities, some students spend more time with their teachers than they do with their parents on weekdays. The classroom plays an important role in student development, academically and socially, making it a prime place to integrate modern-life skills. As the world continues to change, so does the curriculum needed to adapt to student experiences. CASEL provides a widely accepted framework for student well-being curriculum, but how can educators easily begin to incorporate the CASEL Competencies into their classrooms?