Four days of inspirational and
informative workshops about
Social and Emotional Learning for K-12th Grade Educators and Administrators.
Providing you with the experiential knowledge, rationale, and resources to bring
Social and Emotional Learning to your school communities.
This year, the Institute for Social and Emotional Learning
will offer four-day workshops in two locations:
A collection of testimonials from participants at
Faciliated by Janice Toben, Rush Sabiston Frank,
Cost: $1075 including all materials and meals
Early-bird Registration: $975 before March 15th 2013
Special Offer: 5th participant from same school attends free of charge
Participants will gain:
- A deeper understanding of the fundamentals of SEL.
- A binder of lessons and resources that continually move students to engage in self and social awareness.
- Research supporting SEL’s role in creating healthy school communities.
- The support of a new network of like-minded and committed educators.
What is SEL?
Social and Emotional Learning is a process through which people learn to recognize and manage emotions, care about others, make good decisions, behave ethically and responsibly, and develop positive relationships (Elias, 2007). Learn more...