You’ve taken our foundational workshop on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and now understand what it is and why it’s a key component of positive youth development. You might be asking yourself, “Now what?” How do you communicate this important information to your staff? How do you begin to reshape your program so that SEL is a part of every facet of what you do?
In this workshop, take the next steps to seamlessly integrate SEL into your work as a program director and create a community where every voice can flourish. You will receive training on SEL skills such as active listening, managing feelings, de-escalating conflict, and problem solving. Engaging activities and small group discussions will allow you to practice these SEL skills and deepen your understanding of their powerful application in your life and the lives of your students. Finally, you will work on infusing SEL into your personal leadership style in a way that will allow SEL to grow throughout your site.
So that we can track attendance, participants MUST be registered and MUST register separately for each date they will be attending.
Feb 6, 13 and 27 (9am – 1pm)
Mar 12, 19, and 26 (9am – 1pm)
Apr 6, 13 (rescheduled for 4/20), and 27 (9am – 1pm)
May 7, 14, and 21 (9am – 1pm)
June 3, 10, and 17 (9am – 1pm)
If you discover you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration in order to make your spot available to others. Space is limited.
For more information, contact Doris at email@example.com.
Testimonials from past workshop participants:
“I’m very excited to share activities with group leaders that they may use with their students!”
“Very beneficial training!”
“I am excited to see staff use all [these] activities.”
“Today was a great training and left me with tools for my tool box.”
This professional development opportunity is provided at no cost to you but has a value of $6,750 for DYCD. If you register for and are subsequently unable to attend this session you are responsible for cancelling your registration or risk being waitlisted for future events.