Bringing SEL and Edtech Together
September 30 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pmFree
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.
Holly Kelly is a Regional Educational Technology Coordinator for the Learning Technology Center, serving the east central region. She facilitates professional learning opportunities for educators, administrators, and technology staff that support digital teaching and learning. Holly also provides onsite and remote workshops and networking events at an ROE or a school district, including Professional Development workshops for in-service days.
Holly is passionate about helping educators feel more confident, creative in their instruction, and motivated and excited to use technology with their students. Holly is a 15-year veteran of the education field, which has included stints as a secondary-level English teacher and a high school library media specialist. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Rhode Island College in Providence, RI, a master’s degree from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL, and certified teacher and counselor credentials. She holds further professional certifications, including as a Google for Education Certified Trainer and a Google Certified Educator.
- PD Hours
- Eastern Illinois