WEBINAR AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND
Social Emotional Learning in Action
An important component of all social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum is teaching students the basics of character, building and maintaining healthy relationships, and resolving conflict, but all too often, the conversation ends there. Empowering students to put these lessons into action and instilling a sense of confidence is worth the challenge - it will positively impact their personal relationships, their school community, and the world beyond the walls of their classroom - but it’s often easier said than done.
In this webinar, we will explore the work educators are doing to empower their students with a positive mindset and as leaders within their schools and their communities. Our educator experts will share their best practices for spearheading SEL projects and capstones, addressing and supporting student mindset regardless of your content area, and developing a plan of action to tackle your community’s specific social emotional needs.
Attendees will walk aways with concrete next steps and resources to bring back to their own school communities.
Attendees will receive:
- A certificate for 1 hour of professional development
- Free, turn-key digital lessons, supplemental activities, and offline lesson plans
- Concrete next steps to empower students in your own school community
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FACS Teacher, Indiana
Melissa Brown has been teaching Family and Consumer Science for 14 years, the last 7 years at North Clay Middle School/Cumberland Academy in Brazil, Indiana. She received here degree from Indiana State University. She is married with 3 children and 8 grandchildren. She enjoys gardening, crafting and spending time with family and friends.
Industrial Arts, Arizona
Ron Cadle teaches Industrial Arts in the Cartwright School District. He enjoys empowering middle school students through wood shop and providing them with a rite of passage that also teaches many life skills. He brings social emotional learning into the shop and empowers students with skills that will last a lifetime.
Director of Counseling, Texas
Kathryn Everest, the Director of Counseling Services for the Fort Worth
Independent School District is a Certified Trauma Treatment Specialist and is a
Trust-Based Relational Intervention ® (TBRI®) Practitioner. Kathryn, appointed by
Governor Rick Perry, served on the State Board of Educator Certification.