The organization’s curriculum offers educators a fully-structured method for teaching students the psycho-social skills needed to improve their emotional intelligence and classroom etiquette. Educators can use “My Best Me” to complement their existing academic curriculum in one-hour blocks each week or tailor the program to fit their class schedule.
Interested parties can learn more at https://hoperisingedu.com/
Following the announcement, Hope Rising wants to provide educators in public and private school environments with science-backed techniques for creating a respectful, positive dialogue between themselves and their students. Along with the curriculum, educators receive a teacher’s guide that includes an index with a material list, resource page, glossary, and more in-depth instructions on the company’s hope methodology.
Hope Rising’s curriculum comes to address results from recent statistics revealing that over half of the educators in the United States have reported feeling unsupported in their work, with one in four teachers considering resigning from the profession as a result. While many factors play into this issue, among them are the rate of class disruption and the immense need for disciplinary action, which cuts into learning time. Teachers often struggle to meet their educational goals because of unpredictable or even hostile classroom environments.
“My Best Me” has been developed to improve interpersonal skills for students and teachers alike, focusing on conflict resolution, communication skills, stress management, teamwork, and much more. Educators who use Hope Rising’s EI curriculum also get access to a private Facebook group where they can share ideas with other teachers, provide program feedback, and get additional training.
About Hope Rising
Hope Rising is an award-winning curriculum developer that is dedicated to supporting both students and educators with its hope-certified emotional intelligence programming. Its website offers a series of original blog articles on educator-centered topics, including how to choose the best EI program for a specific classroom budget and demographic, how to teach students to ask for help, and how to best connect with students.
“93% of teachers believe EI has a place in the classroom and for good reason,” said a spokesperson for the company. “EI helps students thrive but also helps create a more cohesive classroom environment through fewer disciplinary actions, increased academic performance, reduction in classroom disruption, and open communication.”
Interested parties can learn more and contact Hope Rising by visiting https://hoperisingedu.com/
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