decrease in school-wide incident reports

decrease in incident reports for ELL

decrease in suspensions for ELL

decrease in incident reports for SPED

decrease in suspensions for SPED

According to a quasi experimental study completed by MBZ Labs

Move This World Strengthens Schools and Communities with
Social Emotional Learning for All Ages

Move This World provides social emotional learning (SEL) training with the use of interactive videos, movement, and creative expression to help students, educators, and families develop emotional intelligence skills for long-term wellbeing. Schools implement Move This World’s SEL curriculum seamlessly into their day with short evidence-based videos that introduce a common language and methods for expressing emotion. Move This World’s SEL programs lead to deeper self-awareness, stronger relationships, effective communication, and a culture of safety and support.

Developed with educators in alignment with the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), Move This World SEL training is specially designed to meet you and your students where you are now, and support your needs.

Our extensive digital library of evidence-based videos address each developmental level with age-appropriate concepts that build sequentially over the course of a year. Videos are self-contained so that no additional preparation time is required, and teachers keep their valuable instruction time and family members need no prior SEL training. As skills grow, the stress in the classroom (and the living room) dissolves, student engagement increases and academic achievement improves.

When a school commits to Move This World’s SEL training, that school becomes a safe and positive learning environment. When an entire school district adopts our program, the impact extends beyond the classroom and into the community. When each family adopts the SEL program, authentic partnerships between home and school are built. Children who develop social emotional learning skills become adults who are well equipped to navigate the complex and rapidly changing realities of life. How will your students grow up to Move This World?


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Eastside Elementary School

I recently overheard a conversation between two students outside of my office, as I was preparing to meet with each of them for disciplinary reasons. As I listened, I heard them first speaking about the reasons each of them had been sent to see me, and then discussing how they could have prevented themselves from making the mistakes they did. One student brought up two of his favorite emotional management strategies, highlighting the ways they help him when he is angry.

- Marisa Rissling


Eastside Unified School District

Our middle school has transitioned to a place that is calming. The environment during the first year of MTW was rife with loud disagreements and physical altercations. Emotions were running high throughout the school yard. Now, the interactions between students [as well as between] students and adults have become more social, and being on campus has regained joy.

- James Norris


Oquirrh Elementary School

I cannot count how many times during group and individual sessions a child would use MTW vernacular to describe what they did to manage themselves during a difficult moment!

- Vicki Robinson


IDEA Pflugerville

I think that every school needs a SEL program. Similar to how every school has a standards aligned curriculum, schools need an SEL program to expand on skills and build commonality.

- Caitlin Riojas


Rolling Hills Engineering Academy

Move This World has given our school a common language. Staff and students begin the first moments of the morning by slowing down and connecting, allowing them to be fueled for the challenges of the day.

- Cherish Pipkins


Lancaster High School

SEL is at the heart of what we do as educators. We are in the people business, so it is essential that we help our students to not just learn academics, but also the necessary skills to be successful in the world.

- Dr. Tonia Howard


North Augusta Elementary School

Teaching social and emotional skills is just as important as academics to help each child be the best they can be. I am finding more and more as my teaching years increase, that many children can not handle or label their emotions correctly. As early educators, we need to teach these skills in order for the children to be in control of their emotions so that they can better handle the academic load school puts on them.

- Jackie Kowalchuk


Napier Elementary School

Soon after the program was implemented, we began to see our students adapt. The program gave students the language and tools needed to deal with their challenges, while managing their emotional experiences.

- Dr. Lawless-Mitchell


MNPS, Stanford Montessori Elementary School

Education is shifting, at a fast pace, as the demands and responsibilities of younger students continue to increase, and technology continues to change what human interaction looks, feels, and sounds like.

- Sarah Blanchard

A Consistent Focus on Social Emotional Skills

Move This World is aligned to the five core competencies of social emotional learning as defined by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning, or CASEL -self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and decision making. Move This World helps families, students, and teachers learn and implement essential social emotional skills that can be utilized in the classroom and beyond.


Identifying Emotions

Expressing Emotions





Managing Emotions


Managing Stress


Controlling Impulses

Social Awareness

Being Empathetic

Appreciating Diversity

Respecting Others

Civic Engagement

Appreciating Differences

Relationship Skills

Resolving Conflicts

Listening Actively

Cooperating Teamwork

Communicating Effectively

Responsible Decision Making

Identifying Problems

Solving Problems

Thinking Critically

Setting Goals

Leadership Skills