PAIRIN is a social enterprise company who is making education more relevant through a commitment to measuring and developing the soft skills that are 75% of what makes an individual successful. One of the tools PAIRIN provides to educators is our curriculum training which is delivered in a train-the-trainer model, enabling teachers to effectively teach the lessons to their students.
PAIRIN’s face-to-face curriculum resources are organized into 54 modules, each one addressing a different foundational non-cognitive skill measured by The PAIRIN Survey. Each module includes a teacher’s guide, the lesson, notes, handouts, additional exercises, and a rubric.
There are four instructional cornerstones of the PAIRIN Skills Curriculum:
PAIRIN offers two training pathways:
Skill lessons are taught in isolation, not in the context of a subject area, such as during an advisory period. Includes four training sessions which can be separate or bundled together:
- What are Essential Skills?
- Curriculum Overview
- Skill-Specific Curriculum Demo
- Performance Assessment
- Setting the Stage for SEL
- Implementation Recommendations
TOTAL: 8 hour / 1 full day
Skill lessons are taught in subject area classrooms, integrated into the subject area using PAIRIN’s integration framework. Includes all the sessions from the Standalone Implementation, PLUS:
- Methodology Overview
- Methodology In-Depth
TOTAL: 1 full day + 5.5 hours