SEL is part of our everyday curriculum

Natalie Marquez
School Counselor
John Marshall School No. 20
Phone: (908) 436-5784
Elizabeth, NJ

Working with Jill Brown to incorporate Generation Text lessons to our everyday curriculum has encouraged classrooms to thrive on fully interactive, introspective classroom participation.  Each activity is truly a joyous learning experience for teachers and students alike.

Whether you are a school administrator, teacher, parent, mentor or corporation, we can design a program to suit your needs. Let’s make the connection!

14 + 10 =

Students feel heard – with good results!

Working with students in a small group gives me the opportunity to understand my students more deeply on a social, emotional and academic level.

Energetic and Experiential

Jill Brown provides an energetic and experiential training that captures the essence of the Generation Text On-Line curricula. Educators are sure to walk away with valuable insight and understanding of this increasingly relevant 15 week program. In a rapidly changing, pluralistic society, the needs of the 21st century learner are constantly evolving and Generation Text sets out to meet that need.

Getting students to think about actions

Guiding students through group conversations about the Eight Essential Questions really seems to be an excellent way of handling any type of bullying situations going on in your class.

Valuable insight and understanding

Ultimately, the skills have a direct impact on decision making, self-advocating, communication efforts, and positively effecting relationships.

My Lunch Bunch Experience

Being a Lunch Bunch mentor has been a powerful and fulfilling opportunity for me to support a small group of boys – at a vulnerable age between childhood and adulthood – develop emotional and social skills that I expect will positively impact their personal and academic success.

How does the Generation Text program prevent bullying?

A story about how implementing the Gen Text Program in a lunch bunch prevented bullying and conflict a K-8 school.