School-Connect Standards Alignment
School-Connect lessons meet the requirements of many social and emotional learning (SEL) standards, counseling guidelines, freshman seminar programs, and Common Core.
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|School-Connect Alignment with Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) Standards||Based on Austin Independent School District's (AISD) SEL standards build around the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) competencies.|
|School-Connect Alignment with National Counseling Standards||Based on the American School Counselors Association (ASCA)'s Mindsets and Behaviors for Student Success: K-12 College- and Career-Readiness Standards for Every Student.|
|School-Connect Alignment with Freshman Seminar Standards||Based on Texas' Methods of Academic and Personal Success (MAPS) Freshman Seminar Course.|
|School-Connect Alignment with Common Core||Based on the Common Core State Standards Initiative: Preparing America's Students for College & Career.|
|Social, Emotional and Character Development (SECD) Model Standards||Based on Kansas' state standards for meeting character development, personal development, and social development while also incorporating social emotional learning competencies.|
|Academic Standards for Career Education and Work||Based on the Pennsylvania (PA) Department of Education's Career Education and Work Standards which include: 1) Career Awareness and Preparation, 2) Career Acquisition (Getting a Job), 3) Career Retention, and Advancement, and 4) Entrepreneurship.|
If you would like us to assess how School-Connect aligns with your state's or program's standards, please e-mail Julea Douglass (email@example.com) and we will review your standards and e-mail you back a lesson alignment.
Student Survey Results
What have you learned from this class?
- “I learned how to be a lot better about my grades”
- “I learned to keep my priorities straight”
- “How to communicate my feelings”
- “I learned that being a good listener is a good thing”
- “It takes up to 20 interactions to change a first impression”
- “How bad bullying really is”
- “How to take effective notes”
- “How to cope with stress”
- “I learned how to go through tough situations”
- “That it is important to talk to your teachers”
- “Always stay on top of my grades”
- “I learned how to control my anger if anything happened”
- “The benefits of going to college”
- “Teen dating and relationships”
- “I learned how not to let peer pressure get to you”
- “Dealing with gossip”
- “I have learned how to prepare myself for tests”
- “How to step back and manage my”