Strengthen Learning with NEW! Social Emotional Curriculum
When students feel safe and secure, learning improves.
Learning is More than Academics
The social-emotional well-being of students has important links to academic success. Students struggle to be in “learning mode” when their lives are filled with uncertainty. And that’s especially relevant now.
Just as students’ academic skills need to be taught and nurtured, so do their social and emotional skills. To help students build stronger social emotional skills, Apex Learning offers Suite360™, a program that helps students manage their emotions, improve decision-making, and engage better with learning.
Suite360: Surround Students with Support
Suite360 is a curriculum of carefully sequenced, K-12 lessons that focuses on the social and emotional learning (SEL) that supports character development, behavioral intervention and restorative practices, and mental health and well-being.
Suite360 lessons are CASEL-aligned and meet students where they are with age-appropriate content relevant to the issues and concerns students face today. Lessons are available for students, school staff, and parents for a 360 system of supports.
Learn more about how Suite360 is built with foundations in evidence-based research.
Make SEL an Integral Part of Your School Day
Suite360 fits the way you want to deliver SEL and provides consistent delivery of SEL across the district. Professionally developed lessons are assigned based on grade level or class, or to address a particular student’s infraction. Peer-led videos, articles, and interactives address behaviors and conflicts with an emphasis on how personal choices have an effect on peers, the school, and community.
For maximum flexibility, students, staff, and parents can access Suite360 wherever they are, and read-aloud and translation capabilities remove language and literacy barriers for users.
Documenting SEL activities is important, so reporting and notifications display student engagement, provide information on trends and concerns, and validate student completion of modules. Pre and posttests document individual and groups outcomes.