Professional Learning

For only $199 you can improve and enhance your Social and Emotional Skills.

This is a non-graduate credit online version of the course Social and Emotional Learning in the 21st Century

This course provides teachers and administrators with a framework of routines, practices and learning activities designed to equip today’s youth, adolescents and young adults with skills to ensure a positive psychological, social and emotional well-being. These skills allow for student success in solving problems, resolving conflict, and self-advocating. Throughout this course the educator will learn strategies and techniques in order to infuse these practices within their existing curriculum and how-to role model the skills in each of these 5 modules provided by the authors. All of the strategies have been proven to success based on research conducted in the classroom.

Weekly Classroom Meeting Program

$20 + SH

The goal of the circle time program is to provide students with at least one adult in their life that will listen, support and guide them. These relationships can have a huge impact on a child and their feelings of worthiness, safety and support. Many times these relationships last a lifetime.

Online Training Manual

$89 + SH

This is the guidebook that goes with the online and interactive training Gen Text uses to equip adults with a system of routines, practices, learning activities, and discussion topics to guide and support students as they face challenges, work to resolve conflicts, and celebrate success. This training manual will supply the educator with a road map to equip their students with the skills they need to build relationships, solve problems, resolve conflict and self-advocate.

Want to Buy all Three?

$139 + SH

Want to Buy the Two Programs?

Weekly Classroom Meeting Program AND Mental Health and Wellness

$40 + SH

Mental Health and Wellness In the 21st Century

$20 + SH

This Mental Health and Wellness Education curriculum by Generation Text Online was designed to empower participants by helping them to understand what it means to be mentally healthy and acknowledge the connections mental health has to physical health.

Participants will have an opportunity to talk about negative coping behaviors, substance abuse, self-harm, suicide, and the negative stigma and cultural attitudes towards mental illness. This curriculum will empower participants with the knowledge, reflection of current choices, planning, and creating disciplines that empower them to live healthy lifestyles.