How can educators promote critical Social Emotional Learning (SEL) skills into already packed schedules?
Caroline Maguire, a leader in social skills development, will demonstrate how recess, table / circle time and even walking through hallways can provide excellent, no-prep SEL learning opportunities.
Learn how to help children who struggle with self-regulation, anxiety and introversion learn to be flexible, try new things and join a group. By incorporating simple prompts and specific toys and games, play can be the way to help children learn to navigate into a group.
- Understand why social and emotional learning (SEL) competency is as equally important as academic performance.
- Learn concrete exercises to manage concerns around social skills and social and emotional development
- Incorporate subtle social skills activities into current curriculum to build empathy, self-awareness and theory of mind
- Impact a student’s behavioral outcome by demonstrating how to respectfully address daily difficult emotional experiences