Improving Education
for Every Learner




Exploring What Is Working: Examining Tools, Resources, and Supports for SEL

  • 02 May 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
  • Xenos Conference Center, Columbus OH

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Focusing on fundamentals and guiding principles of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and updates from the Ohio Department of Education


TAKING THE SEL DEEP DIVE

Workshop Sessions Details

KEYNOTE: Featuring the Ohio Department of Education
Superintendent Dr. Paolo DeMaria, speaking on
 “The Future of Social-Emotional Learning in Ohio


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Conference Sessions

Session 1    --   Attend one of these 2-1/2 hour training sessions:

Shifting Thinking: How Systems-level Work Can Help Your School Become Trauma-informed
Participants will begin to develop a systems-level mindset that is trauma-informed, and consider how a student’s neurobiology impacts behavior, especially during high-stress. An exploration of how a school’s embedded processes and procedures may serve as triggers will be presented.

Supporting the Whole Child with SEL Data: From Understanding to Action
Participants will discuss and explore evidence-based interventions and applications. This workshop offers a quick overview of the SEL approach/measurement for Westerville City Schools and surrounding districts, emphasizing data inquiry and action planning. 

Social Emotional Learning: An Integrated Approach
Participants will leave with practical strategies they can incorporate into their classrooms immediately. Today’s students are entering classrooms with trauma backgrounds, broken families, and/or little in the way of social skills. They are expected to leave these issues at the door. This presentation will provide a framework to integrate Social Emotional Learning into a Writing Supplemental/ELA  curriculum. 

Session 2    --   Attend one of these 2-1/2 hour training sessions:

The Positivity Project 100--Initial Implementation Training
Participants of this training will be equipped with the knowledge, confidence and strategy to effectively implement The Positivity Project in their school. Attendees will explore the #OtherPeopleMatter Mindset ways to exemplify the 24 character strengths, and the building of strong relationships. Positivity Project trainings are a key step along the way to becoming a Positivity Project Partner school.

Understanding the Intersection between Executive Function, Social Emotional Health and Academics
Participants will start to see how executive function, social emotional health and academic success intersect, and how interventions can serve to impact all three simultaneously. Participants will explore ways to build instructional strategies that support executive function development and empower students to overcome emotional discomfort, enabling them to focus and learn.

Future Ready—Engaging Parents and the Community to Support Young People’s Social Emotional Learning
Participants will walk through the Future Ready Columbus journey of developing trust and strenghtening relationships between over 50 service providers who previously viewed themselves as competitors, opening a pathway for thoughtful and ongoing data-informed collaboration between  out-of-school time organizations, schools, and funders. Learn how the Adaptive Schools® model can be implemented in collective impact settings. Participants will also learn the connection between social emotional learning and long-term life outcomes, and explore the components/building blocks of an effective community of practice.

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