TEAMology provides high quality, engaging Professional Development Sessions on several Social & Emotional Learning topics. Our workshops consistently receive positive feedback from educators and administrators. Participants leave with ready to use tips, strategies and activities to improve social and emotional skills, create positive school climates and build skills everyone needs, now more than ever, to overcome challenges and adversities, especially as students come back to school in the fall to a new normal.
On site Options:
-6 Hours (Full Day) up to 40 participants – $3,000
-3 Hours (Half Day) up to 40 participants – $2,000
-2 Hours up to 100 participants – $1,000
On-Site PD and Fee-Based Webinars
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Every student and teacher is experiencing some level of trauma due to current challenges. Learn what this will mean for the 2020-2021 school year and how a focus on relationships can help us all persevere through these challenging times.
Social and Emotional skills are crucial during normal times, but critical now that we are facing unprecedented challenges. In order for educators not to feel overwhelmed with having to add one more thing to their plate, they need easy practical tips to integrate these skills into what they are already doing.
Now more than ever before, strong resilience is needed as a protective factor against challenges. Learn how to improve this crucial life skill for all students.
A positive school climate is attained through the school’s culture, practices and language. Everyone needs to be on the same page, sending the same messages and using the same language to let all students know (whether in the building or learning virtually) they are part of one team working together to achieve common goals.
Lawnmower educators (and parents) can severely break down students’ self-efficacy and self-confidence. While solving students’ problems, in the moment, can save time and frustration, the long term implications are not worth it.
Our students are listening. Make sure the messages you are giving them help them understand the need for everyone to be accepted for who they are regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, ability, religion, class or any perceived “difference”.
“If you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You are doing things you have never done before, and more importantly, you are doing something.” Neil Gaiman
Our world is more divided than ever before. Being intentional about teaching empathy and looking out for those in need shouldn’t just be part of the conversation, it should BE the conversation.
Educators are teaching students to prepare them for their futures. It only makes sense that academics and SEL (the skills needed to be successful in careers) be intertwined with career readiness on a daily basis. If not, we are doing our students a disservice.
Student leadership is fundamental to a positive school climate and making sure all students are adequately prepared for their futures.
Join our free session to learn easy tips and activities you can share with your students’ families and encourage them to use at home.
Join our free session to learn why educators find self-care so hard, why it is crucial they make self-care a priority and easy tips to get started.
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Documented impact of TEAMology
INCREASE in positive school culture
DECREASE in defiant behavior
INCREASE in test scores
DECREASE in disruptive behavior incidents