What we offer
# Group classes by engaged teachers that provide a wide variety of social-emotional lessons.
# Group classes on creative subjects based on mindful techniques not found in schools.
# Individual classes, support groups and webinars for kids to enhance social-emotional learning.
Live video coaching with expert feedback from experienced educators and Counselors. They leverage expert curriculum to effect lasting changes.
Did not like a class? We will provide you with a coupon for attending any alternate class conducted by inspired educators.
Tools & Worksheets
Every class comes with tools, worksheets and checklists so that students can practice new skills.
Our class design
Class content framework designed with experts
In fact, studies suggest that children, who grow up with a strong support system, are more successful in life. Language & story based emotional learning can leverage the popular culture which the kids are already familiar with. Bringing together the expertise of the proverbial village – early learning experts, social workers, counselors and teachers through small group classes is what winning words project is all about." Dr. R L Langham, Ph.D family psychology
... based on PERMA model, and will focus on educating and developing your child’s skills as it relates to character, hope and optimism, mindfulness, emotional intelligence, positive emotions, meaning and purpose, positive relationships and resilience. There is an absolute need for children to gain these valuable and necessary skills to grow into healthy and positive adults, the Winning Words curriculum will help accomplish that goal." Dr Ann Kaerney, Health Ed - Columbia Univ
The life skills
..intense educational curriculum means that life skills and mental well-being of children can be unintentionally pushed out of school environments while it could have positively complemented academics all along. Positive psychology interventions performed by independent educators and educators in the school systems have shown to enrich children’s school-based learning programs..." Meredith Chandler, Occupational Therapist