Social Emotional Learning Programs for Students


There is a growing need for youth and adults alike to develop a stronger, more understanding relationship with the emotions of themselves and others, and how those emotions relate us to the world around us, especially during these trying times. Research shows that when students are in an environment where they and their peers have developed emotional literacy, they see higher engagement levels, better classroom leadership and organization, less bullying, higher academic achievement, and stronger interpersonal relationships. Emotional literacy is defined as being able to accurately identify a large number of emotions and to use them appropriately. This program helps students to become more aware of how emotions affect their thinking especially in times of stress or pressure.


Emotional Intelligence (known as EQ), focuses on 5 key pillars:

  1. Self-awareness
  2. Self-regulation
  3. Motivation
  4. Empathy
  5. Social Skills


Program Outcomes

  • Uncover student strengths, weaknesses and vulnerabilities that result in higher self-efficacy
  • Discover ways to communicate more efficiently with others  
  • Identify and understand your own brain’s preferences in terms of focus, decision-making and motivation, and awareness of how others have different brain preferences. These may be measured and changed to achieve more positive outcomes.
  • Become more aware of how you use emotional literacy in times of stress or pressure

Program Offerings



EQ for Kids

Intended grade levels: 3rd – 6th

One 60-min. program

  • Palatable, age-appropriate intro to the basic elements of EQ

  • Examples and exercises to practice applicable EQ vocabulary and tools

  • Activities in small peer groups

  • Deliverables for teachers to extend learning after the program 



Intro to EQ

Intended grade levels: 7th-12th

One 90-min. program

  • Overview of the main principles of EQ and how it relates to students’ lives

  • Brain Profiles assessment results and review of key takeaways from student profiles
  • Dashboard – Brain Profiles Group Report

  • Small group breakout sessions with discussion based on E.Q. profiles

  • Exercises and tools for continued practice



EQ Growth Modules 

Intended grade levels: 7th-12th

Four 90-min. programs over 4 months

  • Module 1: Review of student pre-test EQ profiles and intro to terms and principles of EQ; activities for extended learning

  • Module 2: Progress checks on previous module and mixed & same-ability group exercises; activities for extended learning

  • Module 3: Further exploration of individual progress, presentation of more advanced practices, breakout sessions; activities for extended learning

  • Module 4: Review growth via post-program assessment results; activities and tools for extended learning
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