Title

Strengthening Achievement, Behavior, and Culture with Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning

Format

Workshop

First Presenter's Institution

Thriving YOUniversity

First Presenter’s Email Address

joelle@thrivingyouniversity.com

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Location

Session Six Breakouts (Verelst)

Strand #1

Heart: Social & Emotional Skills

Strand #2

Head: Academic Achievement & Leadership

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Brief Program Description

Research is clear that social and emotional skills are foundational for success in school, college, the workplace, and life. Research also supports that if we want to SEL to be successful and sustainable with students, then it must start with the adults. It is NOT something we just "give" to students. In this highly active and engaging session, participant will explore the research supporting S.E.A.L. (Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning) and take part in self-reflection, discussions, and activities that they can immediately replicate with their students and colleagues. Participants will explore the competencies of S.E.A.L., the teaching practices that strengthen S.E.A.L., and how to infuse S.E.A.L. into their daily practices. The experiential learning in this session is designed to help participants have a deeper understanding of S.E.A.L. in order to strengthen their own social-emotional competencies, boost their efficacy to model and teach these skills to students, and build the capacity to infuse this mindset into site and classroom practices.

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Learning Objective 2

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Learning Objective 3

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Presentation Year

2023

Start Date

3-7-2023 1:00 PM

End Date

3-7-2023 2:15 PM

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Mar 7th, 1:00 PM Mar 7th, 2:15 PM

Strengthening Achievement, Behavior, and Culture with Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning

Session Six Breakouts (Verelst)

Research is clear that social and emotional skills are foundational for success in school, college, the workplace, and life. Research also supports that if we want to SEL to be successful and sustainable with students, then it must start with the adults. It is NOT something we just "give" to students. In this highly active and engaging session, participant will explore the research supporting S.E.A.L. (Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning) and take part in self-reflection, discussions, and activities that they can immediately replicate with their students and colleagues. Participants will explore the competencies of S.E.A.L., the teaching practices that strengthen S.E.A.L., and how to infuse S.E.A.L. into their daily practices. The experiential learning in this session is designed to help participants have a deeper understanding of S.E.A.L. in order to strengthen their own social-emotional competencies, boost their efficacy to model and teach these skills to students, and build the capacity to infuse this mindset into site and classroom practices.