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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

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EXPLORING WHAT IS WORKING

Workshop Sessions Details 

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Thriving Learning Communities: Transform Your School Culture for Student Success

Lyn Ochs, Mayerson Academy  


Implementation to Impact: Strategies and Tools to Sustain SEL Focus  

Tami Santa and Anne Baldwin, Westerville City Schools


STEM, Responsive Classroom and SEL  

Mary Ellen Weeks, Reynoldsburg City Schools   


Looking at the World with SEL Glasses  

Nikki Mills, Vineyard


Name it! Own it! Control it! Self-advocacy Plans to Empower Students

Lisa Riegel, Ph.D., CEO Educational Partnerships Institute, LLC


“VOICE” ... CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW!  

Kevin Gilmore, Vineyard


All Access Pass! How to Find and Develop Behavioral Health Services, Partnerships, and Resources  

Kayla Zimpfer and Alex Bishara, Nationwide Children’s Hospital


Mapping Out Your Approach to Meaningful, Positive Interactions With Youth

Abby Fisher, Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Kya Hatton, Columbus City Schools; Marguerethe Jaede, Future Ready Columbus


Take the Work Out of Integrating Social Emotional Learning into Your English Language Arts Classrooms!
SELLA: Social Emotional Learning / Language Arts Curriculum (K-6)

Amanda Deeter and Jessica Davies, Montgomery County ESC


The Impact of Trauma on our Brains  

Kady Lacy, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Let’s Talk About What Social Workers Do and How You Can Reposition Staff to Help Accomplish These Tasks

Amy Gordon, Communities in Schools  


Bibliotherapy by the Campfire: Picture Books to Help Students Succeed  

Tracey Alley, Ph.D. and Beth Moore, Ph.D., Madeira City Schools  


Social Emotional Learning and Equity – Keeping Children at the Center

Marguerethe Jaede, Future Ready Columbus; LeShaun Carter, Franklin County Children’s Services


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