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About Tatiana Carter

Tatiana is the CEO & Founder of Prestige Achievement Educational Consulting Co. (PAEC), impacting educational infrastructures by enhancing the overall educational experience & performance of school districts, schools, educators & the students. A licensed school social worker, she holds a MA from the Univ. of Chicago and a BS in Psychology. Additionally, she has coordinated training for social-emotional learning for the Chicago Public School district.
11 10, 2018

4 Ways To Teach Digital Citizenship Through SEL

By |2019-02-26T19:29:26+00:00October 11th, 2018|SEL Integration|0 Comments

Some say the Internet is like “a world passing notes in a classroom.” But unlike the classroom, what gets posted online is permanent, highly visible, and easily traced back to an author. In today’s digital world, students are constantly making decisions about how to behave online. Teaching them to be responsible digital citizens can ensure [...]

28 12, 2017

3 Ways to Reinforce Digital Citizenship with SEL

By |2019-01-29T20:21:10+00:00December 28th, 2017|SEL Integration, SEL Lessons/Activities|0 Comments

Technology has transformed nearly every aspect of our lives — and schools are no exception. It deeply impacts how students learn, access information, and communicate and interact with others. Social and emotional skills are critical to helping students learn how to be good digital citizens. These skills give students the tools they need to navigate [...]

23 11, 2017

Change is Hard: Moving Educators into New Paradigms

By |2019-01-29T20:28:04+00:00November 23rd, 2017|Adult SEL, SEL Integration|0 Comments

   Many argue that lecture-style instruction to “passive students” is the way of the past. Today’s 21st century tech-savvy, digital native students require much more engaging learning experiences such as blended learning, personalized learning, collaborative learning, and learning through digital and online media. Yet, veteran educators may find these new tactics challenging and even threatening. [...]

26 10, 2017

How SEL Can Help Reduce Bullying

By |2019-01-29T20:31:05+00:00October 26th, 2017|SEL Integration, Student Equity|0 Comments

What causes bullying in schools? Research suggests that teens bully when they have insufficient self-confidence, social acceptance, respect, and/or feelings of insecurity. Schools continuously work to reduce bullying, but unfortunately there are no fast or easy solutions. In the spirit of Bullying Prevention Month, learn more about why students resort to bullying and how social [...]

5 10, 2017

Four Ideas to Integrate SEL into Your Core Curricula

By |2019-01-29T20:31:51+00:00October 5th, 2017|SEL Integration, SEL Lessons/Activities|0 Comments

Teaching and reinforcing SEL concepts within core content helps students engage in learning and develop more meaningful connections to academic material. To help you get started, we’ve outlined ideas on how to embed SEL into the core subjects English language arts (ELA), math, social studies, and science. Get started today, and you’ll be amazed at [...]

3 01, 2017

Thoughts from Kennedy Forum 2016

By |2019-01-29T20:44:09+00:00January 3rd, 2017|Press Releases|0 Comments

On December 6th, I had the distinct honor to attend the Kennedy Forum Annual Meeting 2016 in Chicago, Illinois! This year’s theme was Leadership for Change! I participated in a premier annual gathering of national and global thought leaders to ignite new ideas, build cross industry collaboration and inspire actionable results in the resilience, health, [...]