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May 18, 2021 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Join us as Dr. Melissa Sollom provides a two-day virtual workshop on the competencies of social emotional learning (i.e., self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, personal responsibility, decision-making, optimistic thinking, and goal-directed behavior). Dr. Sollom will discuss the relationship between SEL skills and metacognitive skills. She will also address the health and well-being of teachers and parents with the topics of resiliency, connection, workplace interpersonal skills, and how to implement SEL with a variety of strategies and techniques.
1. What SEL is in general
2. CASEL’s 5 SEL competencies, now broken down into 8 SEL competences areas (i.e., self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, personal responsibility, decision-making, optimistic thinking, and goal-directed behavior).
3. The neurobiology behind SEL
4. Resilience and SEL
5. The benefits of SEL
6. Discuss strategies for parents and/or teachers using SEL at home and/or in the classroom. I could also address SEL in the workplace as well with interpersonal skills.
May 18th (Day 1) Session Description:
1:00-1:45PM Understand the eight competency areas of social emotional learning (SEL).
2:00-2:30PM SEL as metacognitive skills
May 25th (Day 2) Session Description:
1:00-1:45PM Resilience, connection, and workplace interpersonal skills.
2:00-2:30PM How to implement SEL with a variety of strategies and techniques
Dr. Melissa Sollom Bio
M.A. in Community Psychology, MS. School Counseling, and a PhD in Psychology with an emphasis on social emotional learning (SEL). Licensed educator and school counselor. Former professor for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MNSCU), and school counselor. Current SEL Coordinator for District 112.
When: Tuesdays, May 18 & 25, 2021
Where: Virtual via Zoom (link will be emailed out the day prior to each workshop)
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm
3 CEUs will be provided if you attend both days
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