Nurture Student Growth through Social Emotional Learning
Create a Strong Student-Teacher-Family Community with SEL Best Practices
PowerMyLearning’s Nurture Student Growth Through Social Emotional Learning program applies a trauma-informed lens and builds social-emotional learning (SEL) capacity for teachers and families. Through reflection and practical strategies, this program strengthens relationships between students, teachers, and families and supports students’ needs in order to accelerate educational equity.
- Understand that all learning is social and emotional and that trusting relationships can mitigate the impacts of individual and collective trauma
- Provide strategies to support children’s well-being and one’s own well-being
- Create an emotionally safe learning community and provide strategies for interpreting and addressing challenging behaviors in and out of the classroom
*Important ESSER Funding Information: Our programs meet the definition of eligible expenses under ESSER I and II and the American Rescue Plan. Please review guidance from your district about using possible CARES Act and COVID Relief funds to provision these services.
Collaborative Workshops for Teachers
Using reflection and practical strategies, teachers strengthen their relationships with students and families. Teachers incorporate trauma-informed practices to create safe and nurturing learning environments.
Individual or Group Coaching
Guided by our experienced coaches, teachers build an inclusive community of motivated learners equipped with tools to manage their own emotions and develop positive relationships with others.
Family Workshops Delivered in English or Spanish
Families learn about promoting children’s development, motivation, and well being. Families can access workshops on any device.
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What Participants Say:
PowerMyLearning has helped me become more effective by bridging the gap between educator and family.
I had a great experience! Now I know how to better help my child when we are at home together.
of teachers left with useful strategies and knowledge to use in their practice.
of families feel more connected to their child’s school.