TEAMology and the Cards
TEAMology provides a holistic, school-wide program for social-emotional learning (SEL). It uses six SEL foundations and relatable characters to provide a common language for staff and students.
Use these Cards to start meaningful conversations and engage children and young adults in team-building activities related to the concepts of the TEAMology SEL foundations.
Students are introduced to the six characters, who age with them. Each character represents one of the SEL foundations, as well as a career pathway. Further, they are all connected to a different part of the House.
The characters help bring the SEL foundations to life, as well as help students see how important these concepts are for their futures.
Students, staff and parents use the SEL foundations to “build” the TEAMology house together. They come to understand that the house is a place of unity and respect, where everyone is accepted and belongs. They need each other to build this TEAM house.
Are You In The House?
This becomes the slogan for the school meaning everyone has to do their part to help make sure the house is a nurturing and happy place to learn.
About the Characters
SEL Foundation: Helping Others
Career Pathway: Human Services
House: Wall 1
SEL Foundation: Positive Change
Career Pathway: Health Services
House: Wall 2
SEL Foundation: Anti-Bullying
Symbol: Peace Sign
Career Pathway: Industrial Technology & Engineering
SEL Foundation: Resiliency
Symbol: Bouncy Ball
Career Pathway: Business & Marketing
House: Window 2
SEL Foundation: Leadership
Symbol: Tie and Muscle
Career Pathway: Arts & Communication
SEL Foundation: Problem Solving & Conflict Resolution
Symbol: Puzzle Piece
Career Pathway: Natural Resources
House: Window 1
The House brings together all the characters and foundations of SEL. It demonstrates how all the elements are connected and interdependent.
About the Categories
Students use forward-thinking approaches to discuss topics and future goals.
Students work together to solve a problem, task, activity, or riddle.
Students finish the statement or sentence by “filling-in-the-blank”.
Students relate concepts of the TEAMology foundations to TV, movies, or videos.
Students relate the concepts of the TEAMology foundations to books they have read.
Students discuss concepts of the TEAMology foundations in groups.
Students relate the concepts of the TEAMology foundations to what they’ve learned about in other subject areas.
Students relate the concepts of the TEAMology foundations to songs or lyrics they know or come up with group chants.