The Healthy Relationships Curriculum is a highly adaptable program that provides teachers and special education directors with the resources they need to teach their students critical life and social skills. The shift to online learning has caused a lot of difficulty for educators, students, and families. Maybe the biggest challenge is the students’ inability to easily communicate with their peers and more importantly their teachers. There are scheduled class times where students get some face time with their teachers but how can they reach out for help when not in class?
Along with a plethora of education tools included in the Healthy Relationships Curriculum, the myHRC portal allows students to easily access their teacher for help. The portal also allows parents or guardians to communicate with teachers to gain a better understanding of the virtual learning environment.
Virtual learning has also taken teachers out of their workplace, eliminating opportunities to brainstorm with colleagues. Fortunately, the portal allows you to connect with colleagues and even other special education professionals across the country, providing you insight into what others are doing to best serve their students.
A student’s progress is at the front of every parent’s mind. With the outcome measurement tools included in our curriculum, individual progress can be monitored by parents as well as administrators in real-time. If parents want to get involved in their child’s education, our curriculum even provides home supplements to reinforce skills learned in class and encourage family participation.
While the coronavirus pandemic has uprooted many school systems and forced a divide between educators, students, and parents, innovative solutions work to bolster communication between all parties and ensure a quality education. Our Healthy Relationships Curriculum has all the tools necessary for you to teach and effectively communicate with your students.