WildLIFE High is a unique social-emotional learning (SEL) program focused on the skills young people need to build meaningful relationships, manage conflict, identify threats to mental well-being, and strengthen their emotional intelligence.
Nine scientifically supported skills necessary for positive youth development are delivered across three core learning areas: (1) relational, (2) coping, and (3) cognitive.
RELATIONAL SKILLS To help pupils reduce conflict and violence in schools through communication.
COPING SKILLS Help pupils identify and protect against threats to mental well-being.
COGNITIVE SKILLS To help pupils build their capacity for emotional and decisional intelligence.
WHY CHOOSE WILDLIFE HIGH?
Backed by theory and grounded in science, WLH exceeds SEL programming standards for delivery and assessment.
Adheres to CASEL and other SEL standards meet ADA accessibility requirements and satisfy the school obligations outlined in Texas House Bill 18.
Self-paced 10-12 minutes per day. Online micro-lectures, teacher-facilitated activities, and peer exercises fit around core instruction.
Completely online delivery via our cutting- edge learning community. No books or program manuals means no additional teacher prep time.
The animated characters deliver complex SEL concepts and examples in a fun and dynamic way.
By focusing on skills, students are provided with the tools for this wild life. Skills are taught in steps for improved recall and retention.
WLH messages are delivered through the contextual, age-adjusted, and relatable social challenges faced by today's youth.
WLH skills are practiced through engaging and interactive games, exercises, group discussions, and student role play.
ADAPTED FROM SOCIAL LEARNING AND CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORIES, THE LEARNING MODEL MOVES SEQUENTIALLY THROUGH THE THREE PHASES OF KNOWLEDGE TO ACHIEVE TACIT SKILL DEVELOPMENT.
Assessment approached from a continuous cycle of improvement through a data-driven system.
Randomized Controlled Trials
School Climate Assessments
SEL Competency Assessments