Throughout this turbulent year, educators have fully embraced the value of prioritizing social-emotional learning (SEL) – for ourselves and our students. Now, the question becomes: How do we maintain a clear, unwavering focus on SEL so that it becomes an integral part of our educational culture? In this session, participants will learn of three factors necessary for creating and sustaining an SEL system, thus transitioning beyond a program and morning meeting. Additionally, attendees will also reflect on and appraise four methods for integrating SEL throughout the learning system.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Krista Leh is an educator, former administrator, adjunct professor, and educational consultant specializing in Social-Emotional Learning. She is also the founder/owner of Resonance Educational Consulting. She has worked with educators in more than 25 states on SEL as well as diversity, equity, and access. She has been a high school social studies teacher, instructional technology coach, and secondary curriculum coach. Krista holds a B.S. in education from Pennsylvania State University, an M.Ed in curriculum and instruction from Kutztown University, and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from Lehigh University.
NHASCD member: $35 per person
Non-member registration: $45 per person
Can’t make the live event, then register for the asynchronous online opportunity that will be available from October 14th – January 14th.