Custom Social-Emotional Learning Programs for Schools

Respectful Ways online curriculum is the only SEL program custom-made to address the specific behavioral issues your school or after-school program faces. Tell us your needs and we’ll custom design an SEL program for you at no charge. We offer a multitude of interactive, web-based courses teaching soft skills and emotional intelligence to three age groups, from PreK – 12th grade. Our easy-to-teach lesson plans build character through fun activities, discussion, music, art, reflection, and lots of classroom creativity! Our research-based programs fulfill hundreds of state and Common Core standards and integrate perfectly with your PBIS matrix.

We establish a new Respectful culture using positive language and parent involvement! 

You be the judge: Try our risk-free, discount trial program.

We are HumanKIND curriculum to educate the human heart!
Here’s why Respectful Ways is the SEL program you’ve been looking for.

Complete SEL lesson plans for the entire school year or standalone 2-week modules.

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A word from founder Pam McNall

Welcome to the Respectful Ways family. This video introduces our innovative online curriculum and shows the tangible, real-world difference Social Emotional Learning programs can make in the lives of your students.


Curricula designed just for you

Call 678-464-0962 or email Pam McNall at We’ll help tailor a character education program specifically for your school or community.

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Social EMotional LEarning over Summer 5 Fun Ways to Keep Kids’ Social Skills Fresh: Print This Summer Guide - Summertime doesn’t have to mean a slide in personal growth. These fun activities can help kids keep their Social-Emotional Learning fresh over the summer, and learn … READ MORE
Respecting Diversity Begins with Self-Respect -   Already a beacon for multiculturalism, the United States population is increasingly diverse. If current demographic trends hold, minority groups will become the majority by 2044. This … READ MORE
When someone else hurts us, it can affect us deeply. But we can also harm ourselves by refusing to forgive. Why We Need to Forgive to Live Well -   When someone else hurts us, it can affect us deeply. Whether we’re bullied, mistreated, or wrongly accused, others can inflict deep and lasting harm. What … READ MORE

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Join our Trial Program

Do you want to see how Social-Emotional Learning programs can bring a more positive environment to your school?  Experience SEL at little risk or cost: Give Respectful Ways a test run to see if a character education curriculum is right for your students! We offer it for all three age groups.