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SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING

MCESC SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING SERVICES DIVISION

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              MCESC Social Emotional  Learning Team

              Director:  Jessica Davies

Creating Trauma Sensitive/Integrated Social Emotional Learning Environments

Our goal is to help organizations create environments where ALL students and staff feel safe and supported and where social emotional learning can be a center of focus.  In Ohio's Strategic Plan for Education for 2019-2024, each child is challenged to discover and learn, prepared to pursue a fulfilling post-high school path and empowered to become a resilient, lifelong learner who contributes to society.

Our SEL team is focused on helping schools in support of the Whole Child.  This includes being of service to the administrators, staff, students and parents.  To learn more about Social Emotional Learning please click on the links to our videos below.  The video series includes SEL topics Social Awareness, Self Management, Self Awareness, Relationship Skills, Responsible Decision Making and Future Self.  The six videos are designed to help parents and teachers guide children through managing their feelings and emotions. Thank you to THINK TV and CASEL for partnering with us in producing these informative videos.

SEL VIDEOS

Click on an SEL topic below to watch the video

Social Awareness

Self Management

Self Awareness

Relationship Skills

Responsible Decision Making

Future Self

SEL SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Our Professional Development Offerings support organizational systems to make lasting and sustainable change. Full day courses are offered in each of the following areas: (CLICK ON A TOPIC FOR MORE INFORMATION)

HOW STRESS AND TRAUMA IMPACT OUR BRAINS AND BEHAVIOR

REGULATE BEFORE YOU EDUCATE

CREATING CONNECTIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS

CREATING SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

IMPLEMENTING A CONTINUUM OF REGULATION SUPPORTS

WEAVING SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING INTO THE SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM FABRIC

ALTERNATIVES TO TRADITIONAL DISCIPLINE

SECONDARY TRAUMA, SELF-CARE, AND BECOMING A MINDFUL TEACHER

Contact Amanda Deeter at the MCESC for more information about our PD offerings.


MCESC SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING CURRICULUM

The MCESC’s SEL team has developed Language Arts curriculum for grades K-6 to integrate SEL into the daily classroom structure and provides professional development in the field of social emotional learning to educators and administrators around the country.

           SELLA sixth grade curriculum

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PREVENTION SERVICES

Through grant funding provided by the Montgomery County Alcohol Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board and also from the Preble County Board of Mental Health, the MCESC provides PAX Good Behavior Game support to eighteen Montgomery County Schools and one Preble County School.  Using implementation science methodology, teachers and staff are provided training, materials, ongoing partnering support in the classroom, leadership support to principals, and ongoing data collection & analysis through staff at Wright State University. In addition to the PAX Good Behavior Game implementation, schools and communities can elect to also receive training in Mental Health First Aid and PAX Family and Community Tools.

 

 

      PAX at work in a local district