SEL for Middle and High School Students
Coming August 2023!
Each year comes with new opportunities for social-emotional growth! That’s why, in 2023, we'll be launching a no-prep SEL Curricula for middle and high schoolers, grades 6-12.
We designed our curriculum to be flexible for your schedule. Fit SEL instruction into your day at any point, whether you have 5 minutes or 30 minutes.
Remove the stress, prep, and overwhelm when it comes to teaching SEL. Simply press play and go!
The upcoming middle and high school curriculum will include:
- No-prep lessons
- Video lessons and digital activities
- Progress tracking
- Training videos
- Pre-and post-assessments
- Materials for Tier 1, 2, and 3 support
- and more!
What Will the Curriculum Cover?
We recognize that middle and high schoolers face a different set of challenges compared to our younger learners. Our grade 6-12 CASEL aligned units will cover:
- Anxiety and mental health
- Confidence building and communication skills
- Decision-making skills
- Social media use & self-esteem
- Bullying prevention
- & more
With our grade-by-grade curriculum tracks, your students will see new materials each year! No repeats.
What Will the Materials Look Like?
Likely, your students consume a lot of video content through various social media platforms. They know what high-production video looks like. That's why our team of in-house animators, videographers, and editors have created the most high-quality SEL video modeling lessons available on the market.
Our videos match the quality of content your learners are used to seeing, which ensures greater student buy-in and ultimately better outcomes.
Check out this sample video for teaching grade 6 students about self-esteem. This is part of our Self-Awareness (CASEL competency) Unit.
Students will learn strategies for boosting self-esteem and participate in a 2-minute mindfulness exercise to put what they learned into practice.
Our videos will contain a mix of live-action and animation, with different styles for each grade. The maturity level will increase as students get older.