SEL curriculum &

Our CASEL-aligned K-12 SEL curriculum is easy to teach and relatable for students to start applying the lessons to their lives right away.

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An easy SEL routine for lasting impact

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Pre/Post survey identifies growth opportunities and measures student improvement.

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CASEL-aligned curriculum with differentiated lessons for each grade level (K-12).

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Teach lessons in just 20 minutes, with time for students to reflect & apply each lesson.

How does it work?

Begin with a pre-survey to identify your students’ strengths and set a baseline to measure social-emotional growth against.

Students self-assess across the 5 CASEL competencies plus “sense of belonging” using a simple survey. School leaders get dynamic insights on areas of focus for the school.

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Each week, teach a mini-lesson on a different SEL topic and create a consistent space for focusing on student well-being.

Our flexible lessons follow a 40 week scope and sequence that is differentiated for each grade level (K-12). Lessons are customizable, equipped with student-scaffolds, and can be taught in just 20 minutes.

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After each lesson, students use the Sown To Grow check-in function to apply the lesson to their daily lives.

Every lesson comes with a corresponding reflection question to check for comprehension and make the content relevant to students. Practicing SEL skills regularly reinforces lasting learning.

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At the end of each SEL Unit, students take a post-survey to see their progress on that SEL competency.

Using the same indicator statements as the pre-survey, students, teachers, and school leaders can see side-by-side improvements in SEL skills. This artifact of growth helps students celebrate their achievements and focus on continued development.

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Weekly emotional check-in
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Weekly academic check-in
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