Measure and Develop SEL Skills in Your Students
PAIRIN provides a reliable solution for high schools to measure and develop the essential social and emotional skills that students need to be successful. By helping students understand their strengths, identifying skill gaps that might hinder their success and providing personalized curriculum to bridge those gaps, high schools are equipped with everything needed to develop these essential skills.
Developed for Teachers by Teachers
PAIRIN’s curriculum was developed by Dr. Tara Laughlin and built upon her dissertation research for integrating SEL into academic curriculum, 10+ years of teaching, and in partnership with PAIRIN’s coaches and psychologists. PAIRIN’s teacher, counselor and support staff professional development courses prepare staff to successfully integrate SEL into any class and to facilitate 1:1 coaching conversations.
Focus on the social and emotional skills that are more than 75% of the reason people succeed in life, school and work.
Personalized Essential Skills Curriculum
Using PAIRIN’s 10-15 minute online survey, each student’s strengths and areas for development are immediately available, allowing educators to identify opportunities to improve classroom behavior and help students prepare for the future. With a total of 54 classroom lessons, 300 online micro-lessons and more than 400 combined exercises, handouts and rubrics, PAIRIN provides educators with the tools and teaching strategies to get started immediately implementing SEL with their students. PAIRIN offers multiple options for high schools to integrate our SEL curriculum, based on their preferred model.
Tools, Tips and Targets
The PAIRIN system includes an array of built-in tools for education planning that are personalized to the needs and skills of each student. You can also access a variety of research-based “Targets” that provide insights into a student’s current strengths and gaps to critical skill sets. These include:
Insights and Tips
Resources for teachers and counselors to better understand a student’s strengths and gaps on a specific skill.
Career Launch Target
Measures individuals on the common skills needed to take the first step in a career or job. This target measures the specific behaviors (soft skills) and mindsets that are important for 82% of all jobs in the U.S. workforce.
Provides insights into the foundational soft skills that are the most common inhibitors to developing higher order skills like critical thinking and problem solving. Developing these skills first reduces behavioral issues and allows students to take rapid strides forward in both academic and social-emotional development.