Social Emotional Learning (SEL): Thinking as we Return to Learn
Creating an environment that supports Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) allows opportunity for skill-building to thrive. In any return to school context, this can be challenging, but SEL environments are even more necessary and relevant in the unique circumstances caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic. This workshop is designed to provide participants with opportunities to think about SEL-related priorities as we try to create and settle into new routines during this very unsettled time. We’ll take some time to discuss:
- Foundational SEL Skills as well as foundational components of an SEL-Supportive environment.
- The necessity of supporting adults to model self-awareness and “well-regulated” Mind, Mood, and Body in order to provide support for students to develop their own awareness and well-regulate mindset.
- The importance of fostering connections as well as the value of establishing and embedding SEL-connected common language.
- Explore ways to promote self-awareness through self-assessment, and self-regulation through regulation strategies.
Additionally, the presenter will share a look at an SEL Systems Team Inventory and an SEL staff survey that can be utilized to gather relevant data on readiness to return to school.
Facilitator: Eric Mann, MSE, SEL Consultant at SERESC
Cancellation Clause: Attendees can cancel their registration and receive a refund up to 5 business days before the scheduled training/conference. There will be a $50 administration fee. Attendees canceling within 24 hours, on or after the scheduled training/conference, will not receive a refund.Back to Calendar