Product Detail

Social-Emotional Learning
Digital Seminar
$219.99 USD
Product Details
Format:
Digital Seminar
Details:
Downloadable/Streaming MP4 Video and MP3 Audio with electronic manual and instructions.
Author:
JENNIFER E. ROGERS, PHD, LPC
Publisher:
PESI Inc.
Copyright:
4/21/2020
CE Available:
No, CE credit is not available
Product Code:
POS055780
Objectives
  1. Determine key factors for successful Social Emotional Learning implementation by individual educators.
  2. Demonstrate personal skills and strategies to support SEL implementation when it is challenging.
  3. Analyze case studies from individual educators and schools implementing SEL.
  4. Develop strategies for self-care and implementation that are based in evidence and practical for use in school settings.
  5. Evaluate current SEL implementation and propose potential SEL practices to create an individualized action plan.
  6. Determine best practice methods of measuring outcomes and implications of change.
  7. Build opportunities for collaboration and observation with colleagues and administration.
Outline
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL): Our Collective Why
  • What the research says about SEL in schools
  • The changing dynamic of our classrooms
  • ACEs, trauma, and other mental health issues in our youth
  • Stress and burnout of teachers, staff, and students
  • Limitations of the research and potential risks

Essential Strategies for the Most Common Challenges of Integrating SEL into your Classroom

Challenge #1: SEL is important, but I don’t know where to start.

  • Find Your “Why”
  • Promote a “change agent” mindset
  • Choose preferred instructional practices
  • Strategies to increase school connectedness through relationship
Challenge #2: I’m so stressed out myself that I can’t teach my students to manage their own stress.
  • Differentiate between positive, tolerable, and toxic stress
  • Assess your personal, social, and emotional competencies
  • Strategies to build teacher/student capacity
  • Self-care strategies that are realistic & inexpensive
Challenge #3: I want to meet the specific social and emotional needs of my students. How can I do this?
  • Steps to create a classroom needs assessment
  • Establish simple data collection methods
  • Determine whether current interventions are working
  • Use data in a way that works for you
Challenge #4: There is already too much on my plate & time is an issue.
  • Determine the purpose of interventions in school settings
  • Practice braiding SEL with other interventions
  • Develop a vision statement to guide you
  • Create standards to support your vision
Challenge #5: I don’t know how to implement evidence-based strategies in my classroom.
  • Use SAFE practices
  • Discover your preferred methods for teaching social/emotional competencies
  • Develop action plan
  • Look for fidelity of implementation
Challenge #6: I don’t know if what I am doing is actually working.
  • Use MOOSES to measure competencies
  • Understand student outcomes
  • Learn from your implementation and document your story
  • Discover school outcomes and implications of change
Challenge #7: My administration and colleagues are not on board with SEL. What can I do?
  • Understand motivation, barriers, and needs of stakeholders
  • Provide opportunities for collaboration and observation
  • Be the “change agent”, no matter what
  • Determine how resistance is preventing change
Author

JENNIFER E. ROGERS, PHD, LPC

Jennifer Rogers, Ph.D., LPC, is the founder of Rogers Training Solutions, LLC, working with schools on developing tools and strategies to increase positive student outcomes and decrease burnout among educators. For over 20 years, Dr. Rogers has worked with school districts across the country as a school counselor, researcher, administrator, coach trainer, and consultant. Schools benefit from her experience as a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and training as a counselor educator to create programs to meet the social, emotional and behavioral needs for students.

Dr. Rogers’ personal and professional goals align with her core mission to make social and emotional learning an integral part of education for all students. She has experience with implementing and measuring the impact of interventions in counseling, prevention and early intervention. Dr. Rogers has advocated for, written about, researched, trained, created interventions for, used data to support, worked with curriculum, and implemented district-wide Social Emotional Learning. She has been published in counseling journals and textbooks. In April 2019, Corwin Press published her book, Leading for Change Through Whole-School Social Emotional Learning: Strategies to Build a Positive School Culture.
Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit is not available for this product.
Audience
  • General Education Teachers
  • Special Education Teachers
  • School Administrators
  • School Psychologists
  • School Counselors
  • Principals and Assistant Principals
  • School Social Workers
  • School Nurses
  • Related Service Providers
  • Educational Paraprofessionals
  • Other Helping Professionals that work with Children