When schools implement Move This World programs, the impact is felt community-wide. Principals report a drastic reduction in suspensions and disciplinary issues. Teachers observe students regulating their emotions with skills learned from Move This World. As students use the program’s language to identify their emotions, teachers note that they can provide support quickly and effectively. Families and parents see their children carrying Move This World’s skills home as they interact with siblings, friends and adults around them. Are you ready to take action and Move This World alongside these schools? Contact us to learn how you can empower students and teachers in your district or school.
Eastside Union School District
The educators and leaders at Eastside Union School district (Lancaster, California) have utilized Move This World’s resources and curriculum to hold themselves personally accountable for managing their emotions, and promoting healthy conflict resolution.
Sioux Falls School District
The Sioux Falls School District’s (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) Superintendent, Dr. Brian Maher, highlights the positive impact of implementing the social emotional learning strategies taught by Move This World during this podcast.
Indian Head Elementary School
I’m so impressed with my students’ ability to name the stressors that they’re feeling. This is something that even adults struggle with. They’ve been doing a great job identifying exactly what is causing them stress and then matching it to a Move This World Emoger (emotional management strategy) to help them calm down.
Teacher, Meigs Academic Magnet Middle School, Metro Nashville Public Schools, TN
The opening day videos have helped teachers better identify which students need more support. The programming has been really impactful for teachers and staff. Students have shown positive improvements in their behavior and in demonstrating stronger emotional intelligence.
Principal, Warner Elementary School, Western School District, MI
Move This World has helped us create a common language across the school and has taught students emotional management skills. Since starting the program, I hear student encouraging one another and taking more proactive stance to helping one another.
Trauma Informed Practitioner, Fall-Hamilton Enhanced Option School, Metro Nashville Public Schools, TN
With our initiative of implementing Move This World we are explicitly incorporating social emotional learning into our everyday practice, which enhances the emotional well being of students and staff.
Dr. Ryan Laager
Superintendent of Belle Plaine Public Schools in Minnesota
With Move This World’s professional development, we are able to be truthful with ourselves and with one another. These truths allow us to address some much needed struggles we all go through in a healthy way.
Teacher, New Bridges Elementary School P.S. 532, NYC DOE
This is my second training with Move This World. Once again, I have gained a reflective perspective about myself and how I respond to situations. With others being trained we will all begin to work together towards a common good.