SEL Professional Development for Teachers & Schools

Kickboard's SEL Training and Services help you plan and implement data-driven practices to ensure all children develop socially and emotionally.

Training to support your Data-Driven SEL Program

Helping children in our schools develop socially and emotionally requires more than just providing an SEL curriculum and expecting positive results. Leaders must cultivate the right mindsets, schoolwide systems, and data practices to create sustainable change. Whether schools are just beginning to implement an SEL Program or are further along, Kickboard Professional Services meets schools where they are.

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Our Kickboard experts will show you how other school districts are successfully managing their 2020-21 programs

Kickboard Culture Data Cycle

Our team guides leaders and teachers using the Kickboard Culture Data Cycle, a continuous cycle of improvement that will ensure all children develop the critical SEL competencies that will help them thrive. To learn more about how our multi-phase framework will support your school, check out our complete curriculum catalog of SEL service offerings below and click each arrow for session details.

Professional Services Team

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Jolynn Greene

Professional Services Manager
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Melinda Snover

Head of Customer Success
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LaTisha Vaughn

School Culture Coach
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Nikia Hannon

School Culture Coach
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Hillary Miller

School Culture Coach
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Matthew Kincaid

CEO, Overcoming Racism Kickboard Partner
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Lori Heisler

School Culture Coach
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Emily Mishalanie

School Culture Coach
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Jennifer Ostrow

School Culture Coach
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Dena Gaddis

School Culture Coach
Kickboard has made a huge difference. We reduced disciplines by 44% in just 18 weeks. If I go to another campus and come back to ours, I can see and hear the difference. It’s so positive here and that’s changing the culture of our school. This not only improves students’ behavior but it improves their academic performance as well.
— KASIE JACKSON, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL - DALLAS ISD
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