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Promoting Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills: Helping Your Students Succeed

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Overview

A child who develops good Social and Emotional Learning Skills (SEL) is more likely to better manage emotions, make responsible decisions, and be more successful in school and in life. But are you doing all you can to help your students cultivate these skills? In part 3 of this 4-part series, join Paul LeBuffe, as he shares how to best promote SEL skills - in and out of school - via direct instruction. He will discuss the importance of good SEL curricula and provide strategies you can use to improve attitudes, reduce emotional stress, decrease negative behaviors, and promote prosocial behaviors. Paul will also introduce the Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA) strategies for intervention and integration across curriculum and the school day. NOTE: While this webinar may be viewed as a stand-alone webinar, additional helpful information may be found in the 3 related webinars: Introduction to the "Whole Child" Initiative and Social Emotional Learning, Evaluating Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills, and School Wide Approaches to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 2, 2015 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Counseling, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies, Response to Intervention (RTI), Sponsored
Tags: adult resilience, resiliency, SEL, Social Emotional Learning, student success, Whole Child

Reviews (42)

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Good Information
 
great
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So important information needed in this generation
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Very informative, great webinar.
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Good information.
 
Thank you!!
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Great presentation and very important information.
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I am in agreement when children develop better Social and Emotional Learning Skills (SEL) is more likely to better manage themselves in school and through college and beyond. Paul, you are doing great work.
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great work!
 
Extremely helpful in using skills to help students meet with success.
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