Supporting Student Success with Social-Emotional Learning

Learning assistance teachers (LAT) play a key role in determining, delivering, and monitoring supports for students with a wide variety of needs. In this workshop, you’ll explore how social-emotional learning (SEL) fits into the process and consider how you can leverage it to improve outcomes for your students. In the morning session, participants will learn about the research that positions SEL as a powerful support for students with special needs. You’ll consider how it aligns with BC’s core competencies and universal design for learning. In the afternoon session, participants will learn how to integrate SEL into students’ IEP goals and collaborate with other participants to craft IEP goals. Finally, participants will delve into the implications of SEL for their work on School-Based Teams.

Sessions

10:45 AM - 2:30 PM

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Presenter

  • Tonje Molyneux