Social Emotional Learning for School-Age

If you are employed in a state that uses a registry to track professional development hours, you will be able to provide your registry ID (Stars, MOPID, Registry or other ECE ID#) after you have completed the quiz for the course. If you pass the quiz we will report your course completion to the state registry using the registry ID that you provide.
Social-emotional learning is an important part of school-age children’s development. Studies show that social-emotional skills—such as problem-solving, self-regulation, impulse control, and empathy—help improve academics, reduce negative social behaviors like bullying, and create positive classroom climates. Course length – 2.0 hours.
This course will help answer the following questions:
  • What is social-emotional learning?
  • Why is SEL important in teaching?
  • How can I teach self-awareness?
  • How can I teach self-management?
  • How can I teach social awareness?
  • How can I teach relationship skills?
  • How can I teach responsible decision-making?
Participants who successfully complete this course will:
  • Understand how to teach self-awareness.
  • Understand how to teach self-management.
  • Understand how to teach social awareness.
  • Understand how to teach relationship skills.
  • Understand how to teach responsible decision-making.


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