|Name||CALPRO Webinar Series: Social Emotional Learning in Adult Education, Webinar 1: Connecting Evidence, Research, and Practice|
This two-part series on social-emotional learning (SEL) addresses the overwhelming need for instructors, administrators, and the staff of adult schools to be better informed to meet the social-emotional needs of their students. This two-part series will look at the history of social-emotional learning in the classroom. In addition, the training will look at current work in the field of Affective Neuroscience and how it applies in the classroom setting. Teachers, administrators, and staff will also be given tools and information to create supportive SEL classrooms to meet learner needs.
Webinar 1: Thursday, May 4, 1 pm-2 pm: Connecting Evidence, Research, and Practice
The first session of the series looks at the history of social-emotional learning in the classroom, current work in the field of Affective Neuroscience, and how it applies in the classroom setting.
Webinar 2: Thursday, May 11, 1 pm-2 pm: Best Practices
The second session offers an opportunity for participants to discuss best practices as well as to reflect on their current practices. Participants will be provided tools and information to create supportive SEL classrooms to meet learner needs.
Presenters: Steven Casperite (Placer School for Adults), Johanna Hart (LAUSD)
To register for Webinar 1, click here.
This registration page is for Webinar 1; to register for Webinar 2, click here.
|Goals||There is no registration fee to participate; CALPRO professional development opportunities are available to all California Adult Education Program (CAEP) agencies and employees.|
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