Move This World Announces Platform Innovations for Upcoming 2023-2024 School Year

PR Newswire · 05/11/2023 11:01

Content Champions Student Voice, Multi-tiered Systems of Support, and Inclusivity.

BROOKLYN, N.Y., May 11, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- In response to a growing demand to equip adolescents with the essential skills needed to navigate their everyday lives, Move This World (MTW) announces enhancements to its interactive platform and curriculum for the upcoming 2023-24 school year. As a leading innovator in education, MTW provides students with the key life skills they need for lifelong learning and growth; skills for the classroom and beyond. For the upcoming school year, millions of students across 45 states and 9 countries can expect enhanced Move This World content inspired by authentic student voice and choice, multi-tiered systems of support, and more Spanish language inclusivity, while educators, counselors and administrators can expect the same ease of use they've come to love through the MTW platform.

For secondary students (grades 6-12) there is an enhanced focus on developing skills around resiliency, critical thinking, relationship development, problem-solving and more, through new interactive experiences. These participatory experiences are designed for students and classrooms to direct how they engage and interact with MTW content based on their needs, feelings and experiences. The class will be in the driver's seat of their personal learning experiences.

Additionally, for Fall 2023, Move This World will also expand its resources to support a wider diversity of learning needs with Tier II level courses and more Spanish-translated content for PreK-12. MTW is deepening its focus on targeted skill support for small group instruction with new courses that dive into skill areas and provide support to more individualized needs.

"We're grateful to the student ambassadors who have shaped and influenced this latest innovation in how we will experience MTW content for the upcoming school year. Students themselves shared their own challenges, frustrations, passions, purpose and vision for the future, and these ideas bring student voice and choice front and center to how we understand and practice critical life skills," said Sara Potler LaHayne, Founder & CEO of Move This World. "The innovations in secondary, alongside the expanded multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) courses, Spanish content, and educator support ensure a richer experience for educators and students."

Educators can also expect more support throughout the 2023-24 school year with on-demand content designed to support their own wellness, resiliency, communication, problem solving and collaboration. Delivered through an on-demand course for educators, tools and resources are intended to support school leaders, administrators, and their teams.

These robust, participatory innovations to the MTW platform both elevate and deepen the dynamic, evidence-based programs designed to equip students, educators, administrators and families with the tools to work through challenges, communicate effectively, build resilience, set and achieve goals, and create an environment where everyone belongs.

About Move This World

Founded in 2007 during a Fulbright Scholarship, Move This World is the leading provider of interactive social emotional learning (SEL) experiences for PreK-12 students, educators, and families. Rooted in creative arts therapy and positive psychology, Move This World programs are evidence-based and designed for seamless delivery through multimedia experiences that spark movement, connection, and social emotional development. Move This World has already impacted the lives of over 3.5 million students across 45 states and 9 countries, building a stronger foundation for learning in schools and at home and empowering communities to navigate the rapidly-changing realities of our world.

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As a leading innovator in education, Move This World provides students with the key life skills they need for lifelong learning and growth; skills for the classroom and beyond.

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