Embedding Social Emotional Learning into Core Content
Evidence & research-based approaches
Time: 9:30-11:30am PST
Dates: November 7, 14, 21, 28 & December 5th
Zoom link will be emailed to you a few days before the training. Please note that this will come from [email protected]
This online course for educators offers CEU credits. Led by Christiana Frank, provides a hands-on approach helping K-12 educators identify, learn, apply, and customize evidence and research-based tools to embed life and social-emotional skills into core content. Rooted in * Applied Improvisation, 100% interactive and meets 21st Century and Social-Emotional Competencies.
This course is a must for today’s teacher who often must differentiate instruction in the moment with minimal resources. Given the collective need for social-emotional skills during this time, this course could not be more relevant or timely. Participants will learn, practice, and apply tools and strategies as well have much time for questions and practice in customizing for their students.
Upon completion of the six-part course, through online discussion, evidence, videos, formative and summative assessments, teachers will be able to (virtually and in-person):
- Understand the science behind the process.
- Recognize when to use this method.
- Increase student engagement.
- Create a classroom climate of connecting, collaborating and creating.
- Promote positive classroom management.
- Achieve neuroplasticity tools (changing the brain).
- Support social-emotional (SEL) and 21st Century competencies.
- Increase metacognition, executive functions, and habits in students.
- Embed tools and strategies into core content.
- Apply in 2-10 minutes.
- Incorporate for differentiated instruction.
- Personalize and customize for current and future lessons.
This course requires teachers to have the option of using Zoom and to be an active participant with video and sound on. School districts and administration may inquire about group rates as well as obtain Title I, II, IVa funds, including, the newly established CARES Act funding opportunities. Modules are aligned with the social-emotional learning competencies designed by Sanford, and The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL).
Christiana Frank is a certified consultant in education, and mental health since 1999 and since COVID has been supporting educators, students, and patients online, hybrid, and in-person at approximately 1500+ hours.
* Applied Improvisation is a simple method, that once learned, is easily sustainable in any organization. It is not about making jokes, performing or getting a laugh. Applied Improvisation does not require any purchased materials, yet is taught kinesthetically in the moment, infused into content and objectives to help people authentically learn, connect, communicate, collaborate and follow through. It is up to the facilitator to determine and implement the appropriate energy and activity for their group’s objective.