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SEL and Teacher Wellness: Meeting the Needs of Whole Teacher and Whole Child

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Overview

Would you like to improve personal well-being while giving your students a way to manage their own emotional, social, and academic success? Consider implementing Social Emotional Learning (SEL) strategies and practices for yourself and your classroom. Join Chuck Fisher, PhD as he shares specific methods for your own wellness, embedded within classroom practices and a "common language" that creates a transformation in students' own social and emotional success. All of us have an innate capacity for resilience, self-mastery, and empathy. Chuck will explain how the simple metaphor of "Tools" inside us provides immediate access to innate skills for being our best selves and transfers quickly to all contexts in our lives.

SPONSOR: This webinar is brought to you by Dovetail Learning. To learn more about how you can incorporate Tools for Learning and Tools for Life to build resilience, self-mastery, and empathy, please visit https://www.dovetaillearning.org/.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Saturday, November 10, 2018 @ 11:00 AM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Credit Hours: 1
Categories: Administrator Resources, Counseling, Learning Theories & Strategies, Sponsored
Tags: academic success, emotional success, empathy, resilience, SEL, self-mastery, Social Emotional Learning, Whole Child, Whole Teacher

Reviews (33)

 
Good Information
Full Member
 
Good information - thanks!
Full Member
 
Good solid theory on SEL. More useful if you plan on using this program.
Basic Member
 
Thank you!
 
A good intro to SEL
 
Awkward, some down time, but pertinent and relevant to students in their daily lives.
 
Nice work
 
nice work
 
A good reminder of the importance of leaving the problems at school and to take care of our emotional needs in order to recharge and take care of ourselves so we can educate and keep building relationships with our trauma kids at school.
 
In following the provided link, it appears that Dovetail Learning has completely revamped this program and abandoned the "toolbox" metaphor that was outlined in the webinar. The content is most likely still there in a different format but it's no illustrated so that it could be seen in fifteen minutes of exploring the site...
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