Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Academics: The Perfect Pair
Research indicates a direct correlation between students’ ability to self-regulate and their academic performance. As academic pressures mount in efforts to “close the gap” and limit learning loss from the pandemic, educators are reporting a significant increase in disruptive and challenging behaviors. The only way to meet heightened academic goals is by ramping up our social and emotional curriculum as well. Learn Conscious Discipline strategies for creating the low stress, high challenge environment the brain requires for learning. Then discover how to integrate much-needed social and emotional learning – including skills like self-awareness, self-regulation, relationship-building and cooperation within your existing academic curriculum.
- Tallahassee, FL
- Jennie Gries
- Vicky Hepler
Here's What You'll Learn:
Explore the many ways you can integrate Conscious Discipline’s proven SEL with academic instruction to increase self-regulation, relationship-building, cooperation and academic success.
Who Should Attend
Educators and teachers working with students Pre-K through 8th grade will discover essential strategies that integrate quality SEL with academic pursuits. Previous knowledge and implementation of Conscious Discipline is helpful, but not required.
Master Instructor Vicky Hepler and Certified Instructor Jennie Gries will draw on their personal experience as classroom teachers and longtime Conscious Discipline practitioners to help you understand and apply essential strategies that promote self-regulation and academic success.
All attendees will receive a workshop handout with sample lesson plans, the book “Creating the School Family” by Dr. Becky Bailey and a Conscious Discipline tote bag.
Reduce stress and foster success by integrating much-needed SEL with academic instruction
The human brain is wired to learn, explore, and grow from a safe, connected brain state. Increasing academic pressure without simultaneously tending to students’ social and emotional needs will multiply their struggles, not their successes. “Closing the gap” and recovering from learning loss can only happen when we choose to integrate quality SEL with academics. Discover how to create the low stress, high challenge environment the brain requires for learning, while also integrating much-needed SEL skills like self-regulation and relationship-building within your existing academic curriculum.
Key objectives include:
- Understand the correlation between a students’ ability to self-regulate and their academic performance, including information about brain states, stress and learning.
- Learn how to apply Conscious Discipline strategies and activities that embed SEL skills like self-awareness, self-regulation and relationship-building within academic learning.
- Establish a School Family using routines, rituals and structures that support and integrate with academic standards.
- Discover ways to support students’ emerging Executive Skills throughout the school day to cultivate social, academic and life success.
- Learn how to write an integrated lesson plan with SEL and academic standards.
Meet Your Facilitators
For over 35 years, Vicky has been an early childhood educator teaching Pre-K, kindergarten, first grade and self-contained special needs for children with autism. Along with her position as a resource teacher for Orange County Public Schools in Orlando, Florida, these experiences enable her to understand what educators deal with on a daily basis. Her classroom is a nationwide model for Conscious Discipline implementation and has been featured in professional development videos.
Combined Locks, WI
Jennie excels in leading teams in Conscious Discipline implementation and has served as the CDAT Leader in her school for the past 10 years. Her school has maintained a “Significantly Exceeds Expectations” ranking for the Wisconsin State School Report Card since reaching fidelity with Conscious Discipline and hosted a Conscious Discipline National 2-Day Event as a model school in 2021.
More Information About This Event
- Event Schedule
Location & Hotel Rates
The Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Academics: The Perfect Pair Workshop will be hosted at the:
The School of Arts and Sciences at the Centre
2415 N. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Conscious Discipline has not reserved a block of hotel guest rooms. Below we have provided a list of area hotels that you may be interested in checking out:
- Workshop Flyer
Policies & Procedures
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Prior scholarship recipients are not eligible and the scholarship is not transferable.
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Conscious Discipline is applying for approval from Concordia University Wisconsin for this new Workshop.