Y.B.Normal? Curriculum Development is a social & emotional learning (SEL) Social-emotional learning refers to a wide array of knowledge, attitudes, and skills that are essential both to students’ academic and overall postsecondary success. Critical analysis, emotional awareness, problem-solving, conflict-resolution, teamwork, and decision-making are all examples of the kind of SEL skills necessary for
success yet these are not typically measured by the traditional assessments in our schools.
Social and Emotional Learning
The Y.B.Normal? Student SEL Curriculum is one of the layers of a student’s foundation that is built upon for them to be successful both inside and outside of the classroom. In addition to the family, community, and school partnerships, our curriculum strengthens the SEL, social-emotional learning, which is the process that the educators and students use to manage emotions, goals, responsible decisions, relationships, and empathy towards others. Students are developed overall and become more effective on their journey through life through the implementation of CASEL’s 5 Core competencies, which is a widely used framework for social-emotional learning. The five core competencies are self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. The strategic use of this framework accompanied by our Y.B.Normal? SEL curriculum will result in increased academic achievement and improved behavior. We anticipate and are excited to see a healthy return on your investment!
- OVER 3,000 STUDENTS DROP OUT OF SCHOOL PER DAY! THAT’S 1.2 MILLION PER YEAR.
- FROM AGES 12+ 21.5 MILLION STUDENTS BATTLING WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE.
- OVER 24.7 MILLION STUDENTS LIVE IN FATHERLESS HOMES.
- THERE ARE OVER 6 MILLION ABUSE REFERRALS MADE ANNUALLY TO CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES.
- APPROXIMATELY 123 PEOPLE PER DAY COMMIT SUICIDE.
- THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY 428,000 STUDENTS IN THE FOSTER CARE SYSTEM. ONLY 50% OF THEM WILL GRADUATE AND ONLY 3% WILL ATTEND A 4-YEAR COLLEGE.
- APPROXIMATELY 1.3 MILLION STUDENTS IN THE U.S. ARE HOMELESS, AND MANY MORE HIDE THEIR LIVING STATUS.
The purpose of the Y.B.Normal? Student Curriculum is to help students today become the best versions of themselves. Most students today have low self-worth and don’t see the value in education. Many of them are plagued with obstacles like peer pressure, bullying, depression, homelessness, substance abuse, and issues at home. This curriculum was created to tackle these issues while helping to shape the character of the student. Not only is this curriculum aligned with the state standards, but it also features powerful life lessons that give students proven steps to help them change their perspective and outlook on life. Y.B.Normal?, is fortunate to work with an amazing team of educators with over years of combined classroom experience. What makes this character curriculum so special is that we focus on the whole child. This is a great tool for schools implantation because each one of our four modules touches on specific aspects of the student’s behavior, life, and future.
The Y.B.Normal? Curriculum Development is one of the layers of a student’s foundation that is built upon for them to be successful both inside and outside of the classroom.