Social and Emotional Learning
The most comprehensive, CASEL aligned curriculum for SEL
Accessible strategies to integrate mindfulness with SEL
Trauma Informed Approach
Designed with the needs of every learner in mind
Evidence-based lessons backed by neuroscience
Social & Emotional Learning Curriculum
Our non-profit organization, Empowering Education, is dedicated solely to enabling learning by contributing to the social and emotional wellness of students, families, and educators through a mindfulness-based SEL curriculum.
Empowering Education strives to foster a sense of empowerment in the 21st Century student that drives them to seek healthy, positive relationships with their friends, family, and in their community, ultimately resulting in positive contributions to society as a whole.
- Our comprehensive, standards-aligned mindfulness-based
K-8 SEL curriculum: Empowering Minds
- Spanish and English at-home lesson resources
- Engaging professional development opportunities
- School-wide implementation guidance and coaching
- School-family partnership assistance and programming
- Whole Child support consulting
WHOLE CHILD | WHOLE SCHOOL | WHOLE FAMILY
Social and Emotional Learning Blog
EMPOWERING SCHOOLS | EMPOWERING TEACHERS | EMPOWERING LEARNERS
FRANK COYNE, FOUNDER & LEAD PARTNER, DENVER GREEN SCHOOL
Empowering Education offers teachers the support to deliver high quality SEL content to their students. It’s aligned to what we want students to achieve academically while easily supporting teachers in the social emotional growth of our students. When we say we want to educate for the “Whole Child,” EE is where the rubber meets the road for our teachers and students.
Never before have I felt such an urgency to teach young students impulse control and to develop a ‘space’ before reaction. The Empowering Education curriculum gives me the tools to do just that.
CARI, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST
Empowering Education gave us a clear guide on how to teach the skills we saw as essential for student success in school and in their community. The curriculum provides the “why” and “how” for teaching each skill, which increased teacher learning and capacity to revisit the skill in the future.