SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING

Last Updated: 10/13/2020 6:26 PM

 

SEL Team

              MCESC Social Emotional Learning Team

                        

                             Jessica Davies

                                DirectorJessica Davies 

                                     About Jessica Davies 

 

What is Social Emotional Learning?

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and makeresponsible decisions.   (CASEL)

 

SEL Team

MCESC teams up with SEL expert Dr. Bruce Perry

 

Why SEL integration into Schools?

Research shows that integrating SEL and trauma-informed practices into schools leads to better social emotional skills, improved attitudes about self, improvement in classroom behavior, and increased academic scores on standardized tests, as well as decreased conduct problems and substance abuse. The COVID-19 pandemic has further underscored SEL as an essential part of high quality education - highlighting our relationships, resiliency, and collective problem solving as fundamental to teaching and learning and the creation of more inclusive and equitable learning environments.

 

Our MCESC SEL Team can help your staff cope with stress during these difficult times.                                                         Click HERE for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEL PD, VIDEOS & CURRICULUM SERVICES

OUR LATEST VIDEO COLLABORATIONS WITHCASELandthinktv

Youth Voice and Engagement

Schoolwide SEL: SEL Integrated with Academic Instruction

Schoolwide SEL Authentic Family Partnerships

Focus on Adult SEL

 

MCESC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

GOAL:   Led by a team that has presented statewide and nationally on these topics, our professional development offerings will help schools create environments where ALL students and staff feel safe and supported.       

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MCESC SEL team member Jacqueline Renegado leads SEL PD at Centerville City Schools

 

Our Professional Development offerings support organizational systems to make lasting and sustainable change. Full day courses are also offered: 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DETAILS CREATING TRAUMA INFORMED SEL SCHOOLS

DELIVERY: Length of sessions can be customized to meet district needs and can be delivered remotely or in person (with appropriate safety measures in place). 

 

 

MCESC Classroom Curriculum Materials

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

 

MCESC SEL NEWSLETTERS

September 2020