As we usher in the fall season, October tends to be one of the busiest months for educators. Many schools will be ending their first 9-week grading period, it is getting darker sooner, and students are looking forward to the Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays. And, from parent-teacher conferences to school assemblies, it is clear the academic year is in full swing.
If you are an educator or therapist that works with students who have varying needs, it is essential that you are equipped with adequate tools and resources. As a former special education teacher, I know firsthand what it can be like to find the tools and resources that will not only support your students but you as well.
It is challenging to find a robust curriculum that provides lesson plans specifically designed for you to teach social skills activities in a manner that your students can relate to. That is why I am so passionate about the Healthy Relationships Curriculum. It is a comprehensive and highly adaptable program unlike any other!
The Healthy Relationships Curriculum includes an online portal where you can consult in real time with our team of subject matter experts, and they can help navigate any questions or problem solve any issues you might encounter as you teach. There are over 140 videos, lesson plans, role-playing and demonstrations, and a list of outcome tools, so you can measure the progress your students are making. Take a look at what is included when you purchase the program.
I have seen thousands of students and schools benefit, and I know if you are in need of additional tools and resources, you cannot go wrong with the Healthy Relationships Curriculum. To sign-up for a free trial and speak with me, click here.
Until next time,
Jen Falkowski, M.Ed