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Teamology's Project TEAM
Harper - Helping Others
Paco - Positive Change
Amelia - Anti-Bullying
Philo - Problem Solving
Lamar - Leadership
Inspire. Collaborate. Create
The TEAMology Platform
Our SEL, Character Building and Career Education Framework is on an easy to use web platform.
We Want You to be Part of Our TEAM Movement!
Establish Project TEAM, a research based platform, for school staff to follow a social ecological model that provides a holistic framework for teaching social emotional learning, character education, bullying prevention, career education and collaboration.
Install Project TEAM, an ASCA aligned program, to introduce students to a world bigger than their own with evidence based techniques to teach six foundations: helping others, positive change, anti-bullying, problem solving, resiliency and leadership. Students then take these foundations and apply them to become more successful now, as students, and in their future careers.
Integrate Project TEAM’s detailed curriculum easily and effortlessly into your own lesson plans, knowing you have a team of teachers and counselors who have your back. Using Project TEAM in your school will increase the feeling and sense of TEAM among all teachers.
Build a cohesive school, home and community culture with Project TEAM by providing parents with an exciting way to inspire their kids to reach their fullest potential and learn invaluable skills that will help make them successful.
Students will become part of a TEAM and feel a stronger connection to their school, teachers and peers. Project TEAM will help them learn to collaborate, be leaders and prepare them to be our best future citizens.
Latest News From Our Team
Penn State’s partnership has been instrumental in our success with schools and students. With the support we’ve received, we are able to continue to validate our effectiveness, as well as grow and evolve our exciting product. — Linsey Covert, CEO of TEAMology and...read more
Researchers using the Social Competency Scale measured the social skills of 800 kindergartners and followed up with them 19 years later. They found a strong correlation between scoring better in social areas such as relating to peers, handling emotions, and resolving...read more
The Exemplary Programs Recognition Day is an annual event held at Shippensburg University. The event provides opportunities to recognize teachers and administrators for outstanding contributions to education. Waynesboro Area School District, in Waynesboro PA, was...read more
Awareness of how important social-emotional learning is in today’s schools has grown in recent years. However, Education Week reports that programs, aimed at preparing teachers to train these skills in students, are not keeping up. Click here to read the full...read more
A new research brief from Penn State University and the Robert Wood Foundation found that money spent on SEL programming and initiatives is money well spent. Credit: Autumn A. Arnett Click here to read the full article....read more