We’ve already equipped over one million students and educators with essential skills needed for success...

and we’re just getting started.

The ACT | Mawi Learning story is one of tenacity and triumph. We know how SEL can help students thrive — because we’ve lived it.

Our aim is to share the power of social emotional learning with students and educators around the globe. It’s a huge ambition, but we’re passionate about what we do.

Mawi Learning’s SEL program prepares students and educators to:

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Activate

Student confidence, agency, and mastery through developing SEL skills

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Motivate

Students to apply SEL skills beyond the classroom with easy-to-use mental models, tools, and frameworks

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Advance

Growth mindset culture by assessing SEL competencies for staff and students

Alignment with CASEL

CASEL, the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning, is the nation’s leader in supporting and influencing SEL practices and policies. ACT | Mawi Learning’s student curriculum develops core CASEL aligned competencies.

SEL Resources for Educators: Supporting your advancement of social emotional learning and empowering all students.

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Misconceptions about Social and Emotional Learning – Misconception Three

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Misconceptions about Social and Emotional Learning – Misconception Two

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Misconceptions about Social and Emotional Learning – Misconception One, Part Two

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