Integrated Social-Emotional Learning Activities
Social–emotional learning (SEL) continues to be a critical need for our students. Whether students are attending school in person or virtually or are following a hybrid model, SEL skills are important for all students. As teachers try to ensure their curriculum is inclusive of all components, we can utilize an integrated model for SEL. Students need learning activities that connect content and social–emotional learning skills, as SEL does not occur in the isolation of a morning meeting.
Through this webinar, teachers will gain:
an understanding of the benefits of integrating social–emotional learning skills
ready-to-use integrated SEL activities that can be easily implemented
an understanding of the positive effects that integrated SEL has on students
Sharon Smith Braden
Dr. Sharon Smith Braden has served as a public school educator and administrator for more than 28 years in the Nashville, Tennessee, public schools. As an educator, she desires to equip teachers with effective strategies and resources necessary to provide quality instruction for every student in every classroom every day. Sharon’s doctoral research focused on Project-Based Learning. She is an adjunct professor for the American College of Education and enjoys writing curriculum and completing research. She is a trained Quality Matters peer course reviewer and strives to provide excellence in curriculum content.
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