How can you teach the non-academic elements that drive student success?
“In today’s assessment-driven culture, we often forget that there are non-academic elements that significantly impact students’ ability to thrive,” says Shea Quraishi. “When I began teaching, I had a degree in psychology with a focus on child development, but little idea of how that applied to the classroom. Only through a great deal of study – and even more trial and error – did I realize that teaching students how to manage their emotions and how to forge successful relationships could be systematic, purposeful and driven by research.”
During this 90-minute interactive webinar, Shea Quraishi will discuss how educators can integrate Social Emotional Learning throughout their curriculums during the coming year – so that SEL becomes a lens through which educators and students see everything else.
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Join Shea for a “deep-dive” into Social Emotional Learning, including key components and critical elements for success. She will discuss 5 SEL competencies – putting them in context of classroom, school and community. She will also explore how SEL – as a foundation for school culture -- benefits all students and is proven to be especially beneficial to students who have experienced, or are experiencing, poverty, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), trauma and loss.