Helping Middle and High School Students Learn Social Emotional Skills with habitudes
Self-awareness, impulse control, empathy, teamwork, and responsible decision-making are just some of the social emotional skills that help students succeed in and out of school. Unfortunately, many students aren't developing them. What if there was a straightforward way to teach students empathy and encourage emotional development? That's why we created Habitudes for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) to teach social skills to middle and high school youths.
It's Evidence-Based and meets all the requirements set forth by the US Department of Education Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
All students and those students in all sub groups and populations (each major racial and ethnic group, economically disadvantaged students, children with disabilities, English learners, gender, migrant status, students in transition, children and youth an foster care) will be tracked throughout utilizing formative and summative assessments, benchmark testing, state assessments and invited to attend summer school sessions if the data shows that they have achievement gaps. The LEXIA supplemental program for both Reading and Math, along with extended resources found in the core curriculum are the evidence based items to be utilized.