Schools Excelling in Emotional Development (S.E.E.D.) Certification®
20% of early childhood teachers burnout every year
As a teacher, you might be feeling overwhelmed and under-resourced.
You're yearning for teacher education, support, and community.
You want to collaborate with families in a unified approach, raising emotionally intelligent children.
Get the support you crave with the S.E.E.D. Certification®
Calling on her own experience as a teacher and director and the burnout she saw, Seed & Sew founder Alyssa Blask Campbell, M.Ed., has collaborated with other experts in the ECE field to develop a comprehensive, practical certification program for childcare centers and home based care providers like yours.
What does it mean to be a S.E.E.D. Certified® teacher?
Despite the high demand for teachers in all age groups, we find that teachers are leaving the field in escalated numbers.
But what if teachers felt that their emotional needs were supported, and that they could teach alongside their colleagues with a unified approach?
By becoming certified as a School Excelling in Emotional Development (S.E.E.D.)®, you'll be supported with the tools you need to respond to kid’s big emotions with self-awareness and self-regulation, creating a collaborative, inclusive environment in which teachers and tiny humans thrive. You'll confidently tell parents and schools that you have gone through high-quality training in emotional, sensory, and language development, as well as done work on anti-bias and self-awareness in the classroom, so that the children’s emotions are validated.
With the S.E.E.D. Certification®, you
The feeling of being seen & supported.
A framework for emotional regulation for the adults and children.
Tools to work with families in a unified approach.
✔ 7 hours of professional development
✔ Ongoing implementation support from our Seed & Sew team, so that you can ask questions and collaborate with ECE experts as they implement these tools
✔ On-demand access to the workshops for as long as you are certified
✔ Accountability partner membership to connect with other early childhood professionals doing this work
An emotional development expert and the co-creator of the Collaborative Emotion Processing (CEP) method, Alyssa Blask Campbell is committed to helping parents and caregivers build emotional intelligence in their tiny humans.
Alyssa grew up in a village in the traditional sense, with grandparents down the street in a neighborhood where everyone knew each other’s name. Throughout her teens, she supported single and working moms, nannying all through college and beyond. Alyssa went on to get her master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, and found her soul fulfilled as she walked alongside folks committed to raising emotionally intelligent humans.
Through Seed & Sew, she provides training, coaching, and ongoing support to parents and caregivers around emotional development, reparenting, and sleep. Alyssa is a small town Vermonter and you can hear her talk about all things emotional development on her podcast, Voices of Your Village, which is currently tuned into from over 100 countries worldwide.
Seed & Sew is a village of people across the globe raising emotionally intelligent humans.
With hundreds of thousands of people in our village, we are parents, educators, ECE experts, and lifelong learners who value progress over perfection and have a passion for doing this work so we can foster healthy development in our tiny humans.
Seed & Sew offers training in emotional development, sleep, and reparenting through online and in person workshops, coaching, and more to make this possible, and our engaged social media followers and faithful podcast listeners have created a shame-free online village.
Meet the Workshop Instructors
Our workshops focus specifically on:
✔ Bias & Self Awareness in the Classroom
✔ Anti-Bias Curriculum for Anti-Racist Classrooms
✔ Self-Care to Prevent Burnout
✔ Sensory Integration Beyond Sensory Bins: Calming the Central Nervous System
✔ Connecting with Families
✔ Emotion Coaching for Emotion Processing
✔ Boundaries, Discipline, & Visual Aids for Emotionally Supportive Classrooms
✔ Supporting the Development of Children’s Regulation and Language Through Play
How does it work?
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What does the ongoing support look like?
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Share this toolkit with your school’s administrators so they know how important S.E.E.D. Certification is to you.Download the Toolkit
If you are ready to kick burnout to the curb, provide education and care that fosters emotional intelligence, and create a positive environment where everyone thrives, become S.E.E.D. Certified®.
Rather than pay once to attend a conference only to return without the support to implement what you’ve learned, give yourself the ongoing resources to dive deeper into the curriculum and make lasting change in your classrooms. Plus, join a community of early childhood professionals diving into this work, too!
I'm ready to get S.E.E.D. Certified®!