Social Emotional Learning
February 9, 2023
Even before the pandemic, educators were concerned about the heightened levels of anxiety and depression among students, and sadly, those numbers have only risen higher. In addition to the typical stressors associated with school and life, COVID-related stressors like social isolation, loneliness, loss of income and/or loved ones, and global stressors such as school shootings, political unrest, and the war in Ukraine have added additional trauma to our students and families. During this time of stress within schools, it is crucial that educators are provided with strategies and tools they can immediately put in place to help the students they work with on a daily basis as well as themselves!
This conference will explore the “HOW” of Social and Emotional Learning. Participants will hear from experts within the field of education on “how” they implement SEL within classrooms and schools around the country.
Whether you are a teacher looking for ideas to utilize in your classroom to help your students, an administrator looking for ways to help implement SEL schoolwide, or an educator looking for ways to increase your own social-emotional health, you will leave with dozens of practical and easy to use strategies you can starting utilizing the next day.
"Emotional Metabolism. What it is and why it matters to your student's social-emotional health and yours too!"
With Greg Wolcott
"Adult SEL: An Essential for School Communities to Thrive"