Bringing SEL and EdTech Together

This past year has introduced students and educators to a variety of previously unfamiliar edtech terms and phrases – distance and hybrid learning among them. SEL or social-emotional learning has also been on the tip of the tongue in schools across the country, even though the concept has existed for several decades up to this point. This session will explore what SEL is at an essential level and how it can be incorporated into a classroom as well as strategies for utilizing your edtech tools to accomplish SEL goals.

Bringing SEL and EdTech Together

This past year has introduced students and educators to a variety of previously unfamiliar edtech terms and phrases – distance and hybrid learning among them. SEL or social-emotional learning has also been on the tip of the tongue in schools across the country, even though the concept has existed for several decades up to this point. This session will explore what SEL is at an essential level and how it can be incorporated into a classroom as well as strategies for utilizing your edtech tools to accomplish SEL goals.

Bringing SEL and Edtech Together

This past year has introduced students and educators to a variety of previously unfamiliar edtech terms and phrases – distance and hybrid learning among them. SEL or social-emotional learning has also been on the tip of the tongue in schools across the country, even though the concept has existed for several decades up to this point. This session will explore what SEL is at an essential level and how it can be incorporated into a classroom as well as strategies for utilizing your edtech tools to accomplish SEL goals.

Roundtable: New Strategies for Teaching Social-Emotional Learning During COVID-19

The impact of SEL has been shown to increase a child’s academic success throughout their K-12 education. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for SEL is more important than ever, with many students across the U.S. searching for a sense of normalcy as they may be struggling with grief, anxiety, and isolation from their peers.

We must not lose sight of the importance of student mental health. Schools across the U.S. must be prepared for further remote learning in 2021, and for the aftermath of the pandemic and the trauma that it may have caused students. During this 45-minute recorded roundtable produced in tandem with the Learning Technology Center of Illinois (LTC), we will speak about how schools can be the first lines of defense against mental health issues for students in remote learning – and how educators can use SEL techniques to ensure students are safe and prepared to do their best this school year.

In this 45-minute recorded roundtable, we will cover:
What is social-emotional learning (SEL), and why it’s important
SEL in the remote classroom
Resources for parents to prioritize their children’s emotional health outside of the classroom
Best practices for educators, counselors and parents to work together and keep students safe