Respectful Ways Social EmotionaL Learning Curriculum
Respectful Ways offering free access to online Social Emotional Learning modules
Resepctful Ways Social Emotional Learning curriculum

Respectful Ways online SEL programs are an innovative way to bring custom Social Emotional Learning curriculum to your home or classroom.


Each of our 58 courses includes two online modules – one for educators to lead, and one for students to control on their own devices at home or school.


We work seamlessly with educational frameworks such as MTSS and PBIS from Pre-K to 12.


Respectful Ways is the only SEL program vetted
and approved by the Attachment & Trauma Network. Trauma-informed courses allow all students to feel safe in their learning environment.


Give us a test run!  We offer a pilot program 
to see the difference Respectful Ways can make in your classroom.

Resepctful Ways Social Emotional Learning curriculum
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Mission-driven to improve school climate


Respectful Ways provides schools and districts engaging digital lessons and hands-on Tier 1, 2, and 3 resources for teachers, counselors, and specialists to positively impact student behavior.


Our trauma-informed PreK-12 courses are designed to address:

  • Bullying
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Mental Health
  • Personal Safety


Why? To raise attendance and student achievement!

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   How do we serve you?


  Engaging trauma-informed online courses

  Classroom and 1-on-1 resources

  Professional Development on the latest in SEL practices


SEL curriculum custom-designed for students
Digital lessons for class or homeLearn more
Easy to use classroom and one-on-oneaids
Educators: We've done
the work for you
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Offers professional SEL development for educators
Need training in SEL? We offer customized learning opportunities.
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Why are our programs so impactful?


  Aligned to CASEL, MTSS, PBIS, ASCA and other federal and state standards and frameworks

  Vetted trauma-informed lessons that help all students feel safe and comfortable to learn

  Dedicated resources to keep families involved, written in Spanish and English


Fulfills CASEL Core Competencies & other standards
Our program satisfies the authority on SEL, as well as Common Core & ASCA standards.
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Supports trauma-sensitive environments
Trauma-informed? So are we. Together, we can make schools and camps safe places to grow.
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Provides materials in English & Spanish for parents & guardians
Kids learn better when their families get involved. We bring the lessons home.
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Respectful Ways is flexible in that you may only have 5 minutes to work on a lesson in the morning, but you can pick back up where you left off later in the day or the next time you have a SEL block. You don’t have to start a lesson over if you don’t finish on time, so that’s a huge plus.

– School Counselor

This is the first year that our school has used Respectful Ways and it’s been a great success. The student survey data backs that up as well. Respectful Ways has been a great character education resource for us, especially since we’ve been remote all year and our students’ mental health is more important than ever. 

– Cosmo Braico, Vice Principal, Paterson Public School 13

Respectful Ways (RW) helps take the lesson planning out of the equation as it already provides teachers with a brief overview of each lesson that’s ready to instruct without much effort. RW hits current Georgia and national standards along the way in each module. With the various modules hitting on a wide variety of topics, RW allows us to pinpoint modules for teaching to meet our PBIS goals.

– School Counselor

I like the program because it teaches you lessons for life and it teaches you more ways to be nice to people than what you can already think of.

– 5th Grader

As we were approaching the testing season, I pulled a small group of 5th graders to work on a module about not giving up. This was to encourage them to push through when things were difficult. At the end of the lesson, each student had the ability to make their own meme. Several students held onto their memes and would remind me of how much they enjoyed that lesson. 

– School Counselor

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