P2L promotes students’ emotional well-being by supporting teachers in the classroom. The creation of a safe and supportive classroom is the foundation of every educator’s work. Students come to school bringing their potential to learn, and they also bring with them a myriad of challenges that they face both in the home and in their ability to self-regulate. In order to help their students become successful adults, teachers are faced not only with the task of developing their knowledge and cognitive skills, they also must foster students’ social skills and meet the developmental emotional needs of each child. As educational standards evolve, teachers are faced with an ever-growing set of requirements to meet, and they need to stay current with the educational trends and skills that will help them support their students.

P2L’s professional development workshops offer information and strategies that develop teacher’s social emotional and pedagogical skills, giving them tools to create supportive and productive learning environments and engage their students. Creating classrooms that support social emotional well-being results in more effective classroom management, calmer hallways and lunchrooms, and higher academic progress.

P2L’s professional development workshops offer information and strategies that develop teacher’s social emotional and pedagogical skills, giving them tools to create supportive and productive learning environments and engage their students. Creating classrooms that support social emotional well-being results in more effective classroom management, calmer hallways and lunchrooms, and higher academic progress.

  • Creating a Positive School Culture
  • PBIS
  • How to Engage Families
  • Diversity: Embracing Difference
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching
  • SOAR: A Social Work Perspective on Classroom Management
  • Developing Students’ Conflict Management Skills
  • Incorporating SEL in the Classroom
  • Bullying Prevention: Empowering Upstanders
  • Effective Advisory
  • Strategies to Support Over-Age, Under-Credited Youth
  • Developing a Mentoring Program
  • Adolescent Mental Health: Prevention, Intervention, and Support
  • Transitioning to a Community School Model
  • Cultivating Links to Community Resources
  • Parent Engagement in Community Schools
  • Strategies for Parent Engagement
  • Creating Effective Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Parent-Teacher Collaboration to Support the Struggling Student
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