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Social and Emotional Learning in Secondary Schools

Social and Emotional Learning in Secondary Schools

Social and Emotional Learning in Secondary Schools

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Launch date: 05 Oct 2016
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Last updated: 03 Sep 2020

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Kelli Haney-Dix (12 Jun 2020)
Presenters talked very slowly...I'm not sure why.
Elizabeth Harbordt (21 Apr 2020)
Awesome information!
Dawn Cervone (19 Apr 2020)
Excellent information

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This video helps you learn some basics of social and emotional learning. After watching this video, educators will be able to help their learners become better equipped to be successful students and adults.

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Social and Emotional Learning
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on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Hilary Simon supported students, educators, and families as an Autism Specialist and Behavior Analyst for eight years, both within Austin I.S.D. and the private sector. Before that, she taught elementary general and special education students for seven years in Austin and surrounding areas. Hilary joined the SEL Department in July 2014, and supports the Reagan Vertical Team as well as Clifton, Bailey Middle School and Bowie High School as the secondary specialist.

Kevin Kerr taught Spanish for four years at the middle school level and for a year and a half at the university level. He also taught English in Venezuela and has spent the past two years working as a director for a proprietary school in Austin. Kevin has a special interest in professional development and the development of the whole child. He has been with the SEL team for 3 years and coaches the LBJ and Anderson Vertical Teams as the secondary specialist.

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User Reviews (26)

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Kelli Haney-Dix (12 Jun 2020)
Presenters talked very slowly...I'm not sure why.
Elizabeth Harbordt (21 Apr 2020)
Awesome information!
Dawn Cervone (19 Apr 2020)
Excellent information
Erica Preskitt (16 Apr 2020)
The people presenting could have gone a bit faster as they were speaking. I had to speed up the playback because it felt like they were speaking so very slowly. Otherwise, very informational.
Caroline Pop (13 Apr 2020)
Some of the information was helpful, but the video was poorly made. There are a lot of pauses and the voices sound robotic.
William Autery (31 Mar 2020)
Good training.
Katie Little (11 Nov 2019)
Great information and so important with children in our society today.
Amy Oliver (19 Oct 2019)
I would have liked to see more real life examples on implementing SEL.
Allison Dunlap (19 Jun 2019)
Great for middle school teachers.
Mr Harold Bernstein (5 Jun 2019)
Great ideas for introducing SEL to my class.
Kathy Williams (24 Apr 2019)
This is great information for dealing with diverse populations. Thank you for the resource.
Susan West (24 Mar 2019)
A very important life skill.
Mrs Martha McMillan (21 Nov 2018)
It was ok
Mrs Stefanie Seaver (13 Oct 2018)
Loved the get to know you ideas
David Taylor (28 Mar 2018)
Good
nikki knowles (20 Mar 2018)
Helpful presentation of the importance of understanding & nourishing the whole child. SO true that the emotional skills/intelligence of the teacher directly effects our students' investment & ownership in their own learning.
Kathleen Evans (19 Mar 2018)
Insightful!!
Mr David Williams (15 Mar 2018)
A session that gets more important each year. We can't teach students until we reach students.
Ms Debra Stewart (2 Jan 2018)
I am excited to use the Get to Know Your Student ideas.
Mrs Ida J Holloway Byrd (8 May 2017)
I teach students with diverse needs and always is open to new ideas and ways to engage them.
Mrs Araceli Hernandez (5 May 2017)
Thank you for the great resources and ideas that we can use right away. It is always better for the students if we consider their social and emotional well being.
David Cole (30 Apr 2017)
Some seems better suited to elementary level.
Mrs Mary Simmons (24 Mar 2017)
This webinar was full of ideas to help us focus on the diverse needs of our students. I was just about out of ideas for innovative methods to use when trying to touch them. GOOD JOB!
Mrs Tricia Lynch (7 Mar 2017)
Excellent information
Mrs Brenda Stefancik (21 Jan 2017)
I was really excited by this presentation. I plan to add direct training to my advisory class on Monday.
Mrs Courtney Davis (19 Dec 2016)
it is so vital to make our classrooms a safe place, no matter the grade level. We are our students "mom or dad' for the hours we have them. I wrote down the social contract questions. I really liked how that was laid out.

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