Join us for this collaborative, networking workshop where you will develop a plan to teach social & emotional skills.
Each participant will be provided with a framework to implement social and emotional learning in their classroom, a template to guide their programming and numerous practical strategies that can be implemented in their classroom.
In particular, the presenter will:
Outline the evidence base for social and emotional learning.
Discuss the wide variety of social and emotional programs whilst highlighting programs suited to students with learning delays/ disabilities.
Examine the learning continuum of personal and social capabilities in the Australian curriculum.
Define the difference between social /emotional problems and behavioural problems.
Consider the assessment of social and emotional skills and the place of a multi-disciplinary team.
Explore the role of explicit and incidental teaching when incorporating social and emotional learning in the curriculum.
Discuss ‘social thinking’ (Michelle Garcia Winner 2007) and ‘context blindness’ (Peter Vermeulen 2012).
Guide participants to develop a plan for their context.
Tickets $75.00 per person
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