Are You Ready for #SEL Superpower Week?

March 6-10 – A week of advocacy for children

We are working hard to get ready for social and emotional learning superpower week next week culminating in International #SEL Day on Friday, March 10th. Now is the time to ensure our children’s social and emotional well-being is a focus in our schools, homes and communities! There are several ways you can get involved!

Tell Us YOUR SEL Superpower – Yours and your child’s or students’ (for educators). Whether its kindness, empathy, generosity, your presence and focus, listening skills, problem solving skills, responsible decision-making, perseverance, gratitude, perspective taking – you name it! – we want to know and share it on social media. Fill out the quick form below and you’ll see us repost your superpower on social media next week!

Send Us Your SEL Superpower Video – Tomorrow is the last day to upload a quick video of yours or your child’s SEL Superpower. Tell us what it is and why. Be sure and orient your phone vertically. You’ll be seeing many more next week with a few celebrity surprises! Upload your video here and if you do, you offer us permission to use it through the Confident Parents’ social media (and can play a role as a proud advocate for our students!).

Sign Up for #SEL Day – When you sign up free, you’ll automatically be registered for the first time ever all-day virtual summit happening between 8:00-8:00 ET next Friday, March 10th including speaker experts Actress and Founder/CEO of MindUp Goldie Hawn; Maurice Elias, PhD, Director, Rutgers Social-Emotional and Character Development Lab; Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, SEL Expert; Nathan Fisher, PhD, NJ Superintendent of Schools; Joseph L. Mahoney, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Panorama Education; Dia Mixon, Children’s Book Author of “One Whole Me”; Jacqueline Sanderlin, PhD., K-12 National Education Leadership Executive Manager, Apple; Confident Parents, Confident Kids’ Jennifer Miller and more!

Mark your Calendar for the Parents’ Session:

March 10, 2023 @ 1:00 PM – 1:50 PM ET

Parenting with SEL 101: Stories and Solutions from South Carolina and Ohio

Geared toward parents and caregivers, this session will provide an engaging and accessible overview of social and emotional learning’s role in parenting children of all ages and backgrounds. Participants will hear from a panel of parents as they share their real-life stories, including the SEL practices and tools they rely on. Takeaways include access to a toolkit of strategies for parents/caregivers to deepen their connection with their children and build the social and emotional skills of everyone in the home.


  • Jennifer Smith Miller, Founder, Author, Confident Parents, Confident Kids, Co-founder SEL4OH
  • Pamela McVeagh-Lally, Founding Partner, SEL Consulting Collaborative, Co-founder SEL4OH
  • Wendy Methvin, Executive Director, SEL4SC
  •  Dr. Lorilei Swanson, Regional Liaison-Upstate Region, Carolina Family Engagement Center
  •  Dia Mixon, The Wellington School Teacher and Children’s Book Author (in Columbus, Ohio)

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