Social-Emotional Learning That Empowers Students

Fully prepare learners to live fulfilling lives

The ultimate outcome of social-emotional learning—and really, all learning—should be to empower students to make every action and interaction in their lives a source of meaning, vitality, community, and liberation.

To support you in this critically important work, experts Lauren Porosoff and Jonathan Weinstein created the EMPOWER model. Derived from contextual behavioral science, the model includes seven components:

Quality Assessment
  • Exploration
  • Motivation
  • Participation
  • Openness
  • Willingness
  • Empathy
  • Resilience

“Let's turn everything students do at school— including their lessons, assignments, and projects—into opportunities for them to live meaningful lives.”
—Lauren Porosoff and Jonathan Weinstein

Ready to seamlessly incorporate social-emotional learning into academic classrooms?
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