Educators, teachers, and students have experienced a tumultuous year. We’ll probably be uncovering the emotional and psychological impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on all of us for years to come. With many schools reopening or in the midst of reopening, it’s important for educators and teachers to be equipped with comprehensive activities that will support their students’ development.
Students that have varying needs face unique challenges in an academic setting and often miss out on critical social skills and life skills—this impacts their ability to function effectively in school and in society once they graduate. Without a solid foundation, they can face lifelong struggles when it comes to forming meaningful social relationships. One way to prevent that from happening is to ensure that are taught with a curriculum that will build and enhance their social skills.
We know that the pandemic and need to practice social distancing over the last year has likely exacerbated your students’ difficulties in developing their social skills. Additionally, as a former special education teacher, I know firsthand the type of roadblocks that educators face in trying to obtain an interactive curriculum that provides comprehensive activities and lessons which focus on topics like sexuality, appropriate boundaries, and personal hygiene. That is why I am confident you will love the Healthy Relationship Curriculum and believe it in as much as I do. I’ve seen what a difference it makes in the lives of students all across the nation.
When you purchase the Healthy Relationships Curriculum, you will get over 100 educational videos, role-playing scenarios, and demonstrations, 39 ready-to-use lessons, outcome measurement tools, and an online portal that connects you directly to me and our team to answer questions that might arise. Take a look at one of the videos here. This particular video teaches students what type of behavior and social interactions are appropriate and not appropriate in the bathroom. Students with varying needs are often missing out and do either need additional support or have never been taught these kinds of lessons. That is why it’s important for them to have both visual and written lessons, and for an educator to present these types of lessons in a manner that will keep them engaged.
Our curriculum is centered around teaching your students critical life and social skills that will help them while they are in school and later in life. Thousands of educators and schools have used our program over the years, and that’s why we are confident your students will succeed with it. Should you have any questions about the Healthy Relationship Curriculum, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
All my best,
Jen Falkowski, M.Ed.