The Royal Experience Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum

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The early years of a child’s life are of crucial importance. However, without the right training during these years, the child may never achieve his/her full potential.

Would you like to help your child or your student develop their social skills, coordination, and promote desirable character traits? Do you want to hasten your child’s intellectual, social, and psychological development? Look no further as this curriculum aligns perfectly with the developmental stages of your child’s life.

The Royal Experience Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum is specially designed to educate your child on basic etiquette and desirable manners. Themes represented in this curriculum include anger management, first impressions, how to make friends, washing and folding clothes, development of social skills, digital decorum, managing cyberbullying, and more.

Children who are polite, well-spoken, and attentive to others find it easier to get along with their peers and make a positive impression on the adults in their lives. Along with increased self-confidence and the ability to relate to others, students of The Royal Experience Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum, created by Contessa T. Walker-Jackson, will develop social skills and experience far less anxiety when handling peer pressure. The potential for school violence can also be reduced by practicing the responsible behavior stressed in etiquette education.

Teacher’s PETS Virtual Academy is committed to excellence in teaching, inspiring, and empowering children and young adults to succeed in life through character development, leadership skills, and etiquette training.

Children need to learn proper manners and social skills now more than ever. It removes the anxiety of offending others and enables them to partake in social situations with ease. In today’s charter, public, and private school system, there is a strong emphasis on the 3 ‘R’s. But educators must consider adding an “E” to this alphabet – Etiquette. Teaching children to make smart choices will help them to become compassionate and loyal individuals, and can greatly reduce future problems they may develop or encounter. Moving way beyond the proper usage of forks and knives, twenty-first-century etiquette offers a blueprint for weaving the fabric of our future society.

Students who understand basic etiquette and social skills – and show respect and consideration for others – create a more positive impression in the eyes of their peers and the adults in their lives. As a result, they are more likely to be presented with opportunities that allow them to grow and thrive.