Join the California Department of Education and Sandy Hook Promise on December 8 to hear more about how you can take advantage of the free virtual trainings to build student connectedness, promote youth resiliency, and support student mental wellness.
Several hundred well-designed studies have documented that well-planned and well-implemented SEL programming can positively affect a broad range of student social, health, behavioral and academic outcomes. This conference is designed to provide quality professional development opportunities for school administrators, teachers, school psychologists, school counselors, social workers, afterschool providers, youth development workers, early childhood professionals, student support specialists, staff who serve on SAP teams, alternative education teachers, homeless liaisons, foster care points of contact and other professionals who work on behalf of children and youth.
This conference is a unique opportunity to deepen your knowledge about school safety, bullying prevention, emergency and crisis response, and other relevant topics related to the latest research and trends in school safety, youth violence prevention, evidence-based program models, promising practices, and more.
REBUILDING SEL SKILLS IN THE AGE OF COVID-19
As schools return, educators will be facing a host of psychological issues in students, from social disconnection to anxiety.
Neuroscience and psychology researchers have found that stress, trauma, and social isolation can inhibit the brain’s ability to learn, but by supporting social and emotional development and building safe relationships, educators can raise resilience and self-regulation, improve behavior and belonging, and help students learn.
This live virtual conference will show how all learning is social and emotional for the brain and provides practical strategies to raise resilience, restore trust and relationships, and rebuild self-regulation and social emotional learning. Discover ways to manage misbehavior; to recreate calm, attached classrooms; to reduce stress; and to heal from trauma so that all students in our racially diverse schools can learn and thrive — whether in classrooms, online, or in hybrid environments.
Hosted by CASEL, the 2020 SEL Exchange virtual summit is designed to provide a powerful and timely SEL experience for the widest possible audience to participate in safely and confidently. This summit will provide a platform to share SEL best practices to more districts, schools, and students in an era when these competencies and skills have never been more relevant.
Acclaimed economist Rucker C. Johnson will discuss his new book, “Children of the Dream: Why School Integration Works.” Explaining why integration worked, why it was abandoned, and how it can be revived to the benefit of all, “Children of the Dream” offers a radical new perspective on American social policy.
Wondering how you and your family will juggle life and learning online? Join us and learn tips, tricks and strategies for a successful transition back to school. Help foster independence, cultivate resilience and build a schedule that works for you and your school age crew.
Join Lauren Kim, MATL’21 for a free virtual workshop for parents.
This online panel discussion with renowned featured speakers is available to help parents with students returning or who have just returned to school – whether virtually, hybrid or live. Educators, school staff and administrators looking for ways to support parents are also welcome. Through the lens of social and emotional learning, our panelists will share thoughts, strategies and practices for helping our students returning to school during this challenging time in history.
Join Marc Brackett and Robin Stern and other leading researchers as we explore the latest research on emotional intelligence and how it can be applied to today’s many challenges. Over two days, we’ll explore topics for the workplace and home, with engaging presentations from top researchers, fun and fascinating panel discussions, and one-on-one chats with best-selling authors from academia.
What are the tools and skills that educators need in order to center their work in equity? Although Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a powerful tool to create kind and tolerant classrooms and schools, it will not bring about the necessary changes to challenge systemic oppression in educational and institutional practices. How can educators make this shift?
In this workshop, courageous leaders will “cross” three bridges to an equity centered SEL. More specifically, participants will have an opportunity to practice the social, emotional and cultural skills needed for this work, identify tools to establish equitable relationships and examine the opportunities to start this equity work in their communities.
Join Dr. Lorea Martinez, HEART in Mind Consulting and Adjunct at Columbia University Teachers College, and Mr. Michael Eatman, Inclusion Strategist and Founder of Culture7coaching for an engaging workshop that will support your growth and development as a courageous leader.
Join social-emotional learning educators and champions from around the world for this Global Karanga in support of SEL. Learn from policy makers, practitioners and researchers, and connect with an international community committed to SEL as a driver for education and societal change.
The 10th annual Music City SEL Conference will bring together educators, youth-serving professionals, and other community leaders and stakeholders to share skills, tools, and resources for creating learning evironments that elevate whole-child wellness and empower all members of a community to thrive. This unique conference is designed and led BY practitioners FOR practitioners.