Harmony Professional Learning™
Support the Whole Educator and Drive Whole Student Success
Through the units in this pathway, you can explore how to build healthy relationships in supportive learning environments, enabling students to thrive.
Foundations of Social
and Emotional Learning Unit
Learn to build strong, inspiring relationships with students by recognizing them individually and celebrating their differences. Topics include Nurturing Student Inspiration, Helping Students Want to Achieve, and more.
and Instruction Unit
Discover how intentional classroom and planning can engage and empower all students. Topics include: Affirming Difference and Valuing Background Knowledge, Give Effective Praise, and more.
Reflect on how to improve teaching practices for the Whole Educator, classroom culture, and relationships with students and adults. Topics include: Self-Compassion and Emotion Regulation for Educators, Problem Solving for Educators, and more.
Youth Development & Mentoring
Discover and build the foundations of youth mentorship. Topics include: Mentoring in Sports, Understanding the Impact of Trauma, and more.
Educator SEL Pathway
Through our no-cost Educator SEL Pathway, Harmony Professional Learning provides on-demand modules focused on intrapersonal, interpersonal , and cognitive competencies to support the Whole Educator. Educators develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to help them interact with themselves, students, colleagues, leaders, and families in a social and emotional learning context.
Understanding the Brain to get to the Heart of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
Self-Compassion and Emotion Regulation for Educators
Coping with Teacher Stress
Teamwork and Collaboration for Educators
Meaningful Relationships with Educators and School Leaders
Maintain Professional Relationships with Colleagues
Mentoring in Sports: Coach Mentor Blueprint
Problem Solving for Educators
Combating Cognitive Overload
Engaging Emotions to Improve Memory Retention
Harmony Unit Connections:
Capacities and Competencies
To demonstrate SEL capacities and competencies, each Harmony unit also asks educators to consider:
Build on knowledge by examining research on why student social and emotional competencies and sub-competencies are critical.
Think On It
Reflect on assumptions about social and emotional development to understand how students and adults use SEL competencies.
Act On It
Understand students in context by considering culture, lived experience, and other unique attributes to nurture and support individual strengths.
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