Social emotional learning (SEL) is a methodology that helps students of all ages to better comprehend their emotions, to feel those emotions fully, and demonstrate empathy for others.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientific approach to understanding behavior. In practice, implementation must be systematic so teachers can identify how behavior can be changed and understand how learning occurred.
is a pedagogy that recognizes the importance of including students’ cultural references in all aspects of learning. Traditional teaching strategies emphasize the teacher-student dynamic: The teacher is the expert and adheres strictly to the curriculum that supports standardized tests while the student receives the knowledge.
Many kids also rely on hearing to listen to what the teacher is saying.
Multisensory teaching isn’t limited to reading and listening. Instead, it tries to use all the senses. Not every lesson will use all five senses (taste, smell, touch, sight, hearing, and movement). But in most multisensory lessons, kids engage with the material in more than one way.
Research Curriculum Highlights
This section highlights the evidence-based research and benefits supporting social-emotional learning and applied behavior analysis
School-wide PBIS: An Example of Applied Behavior Analysis Implemented at a Scale of Social Importance. Article Here: https://bit.ly/3wQ32ua
Academic Learning + Social-Emotional Learning = National Priority. Article Here: https://bit.ly/3rs3sFZ
The Role of Social-Emotional Learning In Bullying Prevention Efforts. Article Here: https://bit.ly/3hRaz7W
The Evidence-Based Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis. Article Here: https://bit.ly/3kzULba