About the Podcast

Social-emotional skills, such as empathy, emotion management, and positive communication, are important inside and outside of classrooms. Their impact continues long after students leave school and enter society. A first-of-its-kind social-emotional learning (SEL) podcast, Grow Kinder® features conversations with thought leaders in education who explore how SEL can help us navigate society’s most pressing challenges and create a kinder, more compassionate world.

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Hosts

Photo of Andrea Lovanhill Chief Executive Officer
Photo of Tia Kim, PhD Vice President of Education, Research, and Impact
Photo of Shauna McBride Vice President of Public Relations and Communications
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School Culture vs. Climate with Greg Lucas

As educators and families across the country get ready for back-to-school, we are thrilled to share this pre-pandemic conversation with Greg Lucas, from New Visions for Public Schools in New York City. Greg talks with us about the nuances between school culture and school climate, the importance of social-emotional learning for adults, and why we should never take kindness for granted.Read More

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The Joys of Teaching the Youngest and Oldest Learners with Tabatha Rosproy

This back-to-school episode of Grow Kinder features 2020 National Teacher of the Year, Tabatha Rosproy. Tabatha speaks with us about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected her multigenerational classroom, the importance of social-emotional learning for all age levels, and why educators should take every possible opportunity to connect with students and their families during remote instruction this fall.Read More