Social Emotional Learning Pt. 1
April 27 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
In this 2-hour/2 day workshop, participants will learn strategies for applying Social Emotional Learning (SEL) both in higher education and K-12 classrooms. Day 1 will focus on modeling SEL in the higher education classroom with teacher candidates. Day 2 will move SEL into K-12 classrooms to ensure that teacher candidates have the skillsets they need to effectively practice SEL with K-12 students.
Dr. Valeisha Ellis
Dr. Valeisha Ellis, assistant professor at Spelman College. Prior to becoming a professor, she was a K-5 Special Educator and District Reading Specialist. She has experience in curriculum and instruction, reading, special education and STEM teacher education. Dr. Ellis’ research interests include Social and Emotional Learning, Mindfulness Pedagogy, integrating science and reading instruction, Minority Teacher Preparation, effective models of establishing and maintaining P-12 school and community partnerships, effective pre-service field and clinical models for teacher education, and multidisciplinary education research.
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