Thu, Jun 20|
The 2023-24 Social and Emotional Learning Essential Lessons for Student Success - Held Virtually
Those repeating this workshop each new school year WILL RECEIVE CREDIT AGAIN as there is new content! ***School years go from July 1 - June 30***
Time & Location
Jun 20, 2024, 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
About the Event
"The 2024 Social and Emotional Learning
Essential Lessons for Student Success”
Thursday, June 20, 2024
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
30 minute lunch break
Those repeating this workshop each new school year WILL RECEIVE CREDIT AGAIN as there is new content!
***School years go from July 1 - June 30***
$25 Support Staff (non-licensed)
$45 NASA Members
$65 Non-NASA Members
Dr. Robin Burr
Dr. Burr is a Strobel Education consultant and a nationally certified Math and Science Teacher. She also has extensive experience in teaching reading with a focus on informational reading. Her dynamic presentation skills and ability to support teachers make her a highly popular trainer. She is knowledgeable on a variety of topics and works to ensure her trainings are implementable and practical. She has spent fifteen years as a classroom teacher, five years as a curriculum coach, and five years as an academic specialist. She just finished her doctorate in curriculum design. She is also the mom of twins, and she and her husband are proud Army veterans.
ALL are welcome, including anyone in a non-administrative position!
Participants will earn .5 credit (7.5 hours) toward license renewal!
This workshop ALSO counts for step advancement in Clark and most Nevada School Districts!
In CCSD, those in non-administrative licensed positions may count this workshop for license renewal AND ALSO 2.5 CUs - THOSE IN NON-ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS EARN BOTH!
(unlimited CUs in this category for those in non-administrative positions)
In CCSD, administrators and professional-technical administrators may count this workshop for license renewal OR 2.5 hours toward step-advancement - not both for administrators.
(maximum of 30 hours per advancement cycle for administrators in this category)!
If we're going to have high academic expectations of our students, then we must equip them with strategies to navigate feelings like stress, conflict, and failure.
It’s extremely difficult to teach rigorous instruction and redirect challenging student behaviors at the same time. But imagine how challenging it is for our students to focus on their learning without the tools they need to self-regulate their own emotions and behaviors?
Studies show that happiness and well-being are closely correlated with productivity and performance. This means that as educators, it is our responsibility to invest in both our students’ academic and personal development.
It's time to cultivate classroom environments where students:
Feel equipped to advocate for their emotional needs.
Sometimes, student behavior can stem from a sense of confusion and frustration about what they're feeling. Teaching students how to identify what may be causing stress, fear, or discouragement can help them take steps to feel calm and understand what they need to feel better.
Develop skills to self-regulate their emotions and behaviors.
Once students understand their emotions, we can direct them toward actions they can initiate to get their brains back to positive thought patterns – improving their overall well-being and academic performance.
Actively reflect on the thoughts and actions they are reinforcing.
Provide students with strategies to notice their thought patterns and then reframe their thinking so that they can get their minds back to positive and take action to improve their situation.
Intentionally build relationships with their peers.
Learn how to model conversations and collaboration behaviors that can improve student productivity, collective teamwork, and overall student learning.
In this live workshop you and your staff will learn:
Structured concepts for how to explain social-emotional research to students
We'll cover how to talk to students about what social-emotional needs are, why they're important, and what research says about them.
Student Self-Regulation Practices
We'll show you how to teach student self-regulation practices to guide students in taking ownership of their emotions, leading to overall wellness and academic success.
+$0.63 service fee
This ticket price is for support staff professionals only - that is non-licensed personnel like teacher aides, and non-licensed employees in educational support roles. Employment status will be verified after purchase.
+$0.63 service fee0
+$1.13 service fee
This ticket price is for anyone that is a NASA member. ANYONE, including teachers and those in non-administrative positions can become a NASA Member and save on registration rates. It pays to become a NASA Member. Go to: NASANV.org to become a NASA Member immediately and register at the Lower Rate "NASA Member" rate! NASA membership will be verified after purchase.
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+$1.63 service fee
This ticket price is for anyone that is a Non-NASA member and/or any individual that wishes to attend this workshop. ANYONE, including teachers and those in non-administrative positions can become a NASA Member and save on registration rates. It pays to become a NASA Member. Go to: NASANV.org to become a NASA Member immediately and register at the Lower Rate!
+$1.63 service fee0