Blending Social Emotional Learning
We have adopted the CASEL model where we focus on the 5 core competencies of SEL:
Assistant Principal James Barnett, Alvin Elementary
ElaborateSEL growth mindset activity
EvaluateSEL self-reflection on topic
ExplainPE learning activity time
ExtensionSEL affirmation exercise
Our programs encourage learning through collaboration, innovation and skill. Our coaches undergo intensive training and provide structure, leadership and effective instruction using creative teaching methodologies and strategies.
We understand that Principals might have a student population that will gravitate towards different sports or who prefer fun games. We will customize our curriculum to meet your needs.
Hendrix enjoyed the activities, felt like he did something and had a smile on his face talking about it.
Yesterday’s zoom meeting was cool. The stress coping skills and STAR stuff were helpful and interesting. Those exercises we did were fun! Overall, I thought the zoom was enjoyable and informative.
“Since introducing the lunchtime program, disciplinary referrals decreased by 79 percent. Frank West Elementary has logged just three referrals this year…nobody has been suspended.”
For the school site, it was a huge benefit to our behavior management (PBIS) in that it provided structured and supervised activities for our at-risk students.”
“We have seen a huge increase in not only our attendance rate, but also in our academics. The programs provides behaviorincentives. Our students are learning STEM activities as well as doing soccer!”
“Our students enjoy the coaching they receive during their rotations. SFL allows us to provide released time to our teachers for collaboration, and as a result, our student’s academic skills are improving as well as their grades”
“The program was absolutely amazing! The coaches were so easy to work with, very approachable and the kids loved working with them. The coaches made sports easy to understand and encouraged the kids to become active outdoors.”
“We have had really poor attendance at our school. With Sports for Learning, students are now coming to school and are excited.”