This course is designed to help teachers learn about the importance and effectiveness of integrating social-emotional learning into classroom instruction. Throughout the course, participants will learn practical ways to integrate social-emotional learning strategies to increase student well-being, behavior management, and academic achievement in the classroom. These skills help to increase engagement in the classroom, as well as creating a safe environment wherein teachers can build and deliver rigorous instruction.
The focus of this course is to show teachers how the integration of social & emotional learning into classroom instruction and procedures increases student engagement and academic achievement and creates a culture of learning, thereby minimizing classroom management disruptions.
Through the presentation of practical techniques as well as resources for accessing cutting-edge ideas and tools, participants will increase their ability to develop and maintain a classroom that is well managed, and where students understand and utilize skills such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship management, and responsible decision making to maintain a well-managed and an academically rigorous environment.
This course is offered for educators in the following locations:
- Andrews University, (3 Graduate Credits)
- Arizona, (45 Clock Hours)
- Ashland University, (3 Graduate Credits)
- Hawaii, (45 Clock Hours)
- Michigan, (50 SCECH Credits)
- National Open Enrollment, (45 Clock Hours)
- New York City Salary Differential P- Credits (ASPDP)
- New York State, Re-certificate (CTLE 45 Clock Hours)
- Ohio, (40 Clock Hours)
- Pennsylvania, Approved ACT 48 Provider
- Texas, Approved CPE Provider