Advanced SEL:
A Master Class

November 18, December 2, December 16, 2021

November 18, December 2, December 16, 2021

4:00 - 5:00 pm  Central Time

All Sessions Take Place on Zoom

$299 per person 

Cohort 1

2022

November 18, December 2, December 16, 2021

5:30 - 6:30 pm  Central Time

All Sessions Take Place on Zoom

$299 per person 

Cohort 2

2022

The last 18 months have been emotionally and physically taxing on people around the globe.  Now, more than ever, the social and emotional health of students, staff, and administrators needs to be a priority. 

 

Throughout this three-part master class, Greg Wolcott, Director of the Learner FIRST Center for Social-Emotional Learning and Academic Excellence, will draw upon the foundational concepts of neuroscience, positive psychology, and emotional cognition that make up the underpinnings of not only student but staff well-being and flourishing.

 

Participants will learn strategies and science-based techniques to master mindset, embrace their emotions, and channel their energy while promoting their own mental, physical and emotional health. Having the knowledge and skills to navigate the obstacles and opportunities life presents is the key to success in school and life.

Presenter

Greg Wolcott currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning at Woodridge School District 68 in Woodridge, Illinois, a suburb 30 miles west of Chicago. As an educator in the Chicagoland area for over 20 years, Greg is passionate about developing opportunities for all students to succeed as well as finding ways for all teachers and staff members to utilize their strengths to maximize the learning of each and every child whom they interact with on a daily basis.Greg consults throughout the United States on a variety of subjects including adult learning, developing innovative practices in the classroom to engage all learners, formative assessment to drive instruction, response to instruction/intervention, and data usage for school improvement.

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Greg Wolcott