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Creating a Supportive Learning Environment Through Social-Emotional Learning

Course Coordinator:

Melanie Hobbs

About the course

Train-the-Trainer; Participant-Only Mini

How do you assist your students in managing their emotions, building positive relationships with others and making responsible decisions? Bringing together key research from the science of learning and development and the “educating the whole child” approach, this mini-course explores the “why,” “what” and “how” of social-emotional learning. Participants will unpack the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) Framework and explore evidence-based, developmentally appropriate strategies to foster self-awareness, self-responsibility, responsible decision-making, relationship skills and social awareness in students. Participants will walk away with tools and resources for assessing and integrating schoolwide social, emotional and academic learning and identify ways to engage more inclusively with families, caregivers and the community.

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