Supporting the Whole Child: Social Emotional Learning for Families – SEL in the Home & Community

Hosted By: Parent Information Center of Delaware (PIC); Guest Speaker: Teri B. Lawler, MA, LPCMH Education Associate, Trauma-Informed Practices and Social and Emotional Learning Office of Equity and Innovation - Delaware Department of Education

September 10, 2020 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Description: This session (Session 1) provides an overview of social emotional learning and how it impacts the whole child, specifically in learning, behavior, self-awareness, and how they interact with the world around them. We will also review Delaware competencies, as well as opportunities for families, educators, and community members to participate in statewide initiatives.

This is a 5-session webinar series, please register separately for each session:

Session 2 on 9/17/20 @ 6pm – SEL in the Home & Community … This sesssion will provide families and caregivers with practical SEL strategies that can be used at home to support children and youth.

Session 3 on 9/24/20 @ 6pm – Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and its Role in Social Emotional Learning (SEL) … This session reviews MTSS and the intersection of MTSS and SEL, especially as it relates to supporting positive behavior in students.

Session 4 on 10/1/20 @ 6pm – Connecting SEL to IEP Goals to Support Behavior … This session discusses SEL practices that can be useful for IEP teams when developing goals for students with disabilities.

Session 5 on 10/8/20 at 12pm – SEL & Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Trainings will include a combination of videos, guest speakers, discussion and ways to support social and emotional learning.

All trainings are FREE but registration is required.

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