Caring for the Whole Student: Social Emotional Learning with an Equity Lens
Presented by Jenni Newton w/ Heather Douglas
The pandemic has impacted all social systems in some way, but the effects on PreK-12 schools provided a magnifying glass onto preexisting concerns. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is a framework for schools and staff which helps guide students in their own development of skills essential for success in families, work, social groups, and communities. Resilience, empathy, ambition, curiosity, belonging, awareness, connection, and purpose—along with many other SEL components—can all be fostered while teaching more traditional academic content. This month’s Ales & Ideas free lecture series provides community members a chance to learn about this framework which acknowledges that all learning is social and emotional. Jenni Newton, Ph.D. will share methods and strategies used to support students’ relationships at work, home, and with friends. The evening will include a slide presentation and an opportunity for Q&A from the audience. All are welcome.
Clatsop Community College is pleased to follow Fort George’s lead in returning to LIVE audiences for this year’s Thursday Night Talks. An audience cap of 50 will be enforced, to include physically distanced seating. Face coverings are required, except while actively eating or drinking. Doors open at 6 pm, with food & beverages available via the Taproom window. All ages welcome and never a cover!
WHERE: Lovell Showroom, 1483 Duane Street Astoria, OR 97103 Map