Thursday, October 21, 2021
Emotions Matter for All Learners: SEL for Traditionally Underserved Students and Educators
Join us for this one hour, no-cost webinar where Dr. Cipriano will share how social and emotional learning (SEL) should meet the needs of students who stand to benefit the most – underserved students with minoritized and often marginalized identities on the basis of culture, language, ability and orientation, and income. Dr. Cipriano will present evidence-based SEL strategies to maximize support for all students.
- Learn how we can best support all learners by shaping the needs and strengths of students and educators who are often marginalized by typical educational models
- Hear the practical significance of embedding SEL principles that attend to learner variability and diversity in all classrooms
- Explore evidence-based practices that can be adopted to optimize SEL implementation and evaluation in all classrooms
Harmony SEL provides stories, lessons, and Everyday Practices to encourage connections between students, teachers, families, and communities. Meet Up and Buddy Up activities are designed to foster an attitude of acceptance, inclusion, and caring so that all students feel welcome and connected.
Participants who join live will receive a certificate of participation. If you are not able to join the live session, you can register, and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar.
Presented by: Dr. Christina Cipriano, Assistant Professor at the Yale Child Study Center and Director of Research at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence