You will learn effective ways to teach and practice SEL tools, including:
We will also explore, in depth, how cultures and histories inform our approach to conflict resolution and discuss how our students learn about conflict and conflict resolution from the media, their peers and their family.
This workshop seeks to inspire and equip educators with evidence-based, best practices for building and repairing relationships.
US Time Zones:
7:00 - 8:30 pm Eastern | 4:00 - 5:30 pm Pacific
Building a Strategic Vision for SEL
Rooting SEL in Equity, Inclusion, & Justice
Enhancing Adult and Educator SEL
Systems and Structures that Foster SEL
Data and Evidence to Inform Continuous Improvement
Sustaining and Nurturing SEL
Advance Registration by October 13:
After October 13:
Group Rates Available: 4 registrations for the price of 3
IFSEL is committed to empowering all educators to attend our programs and we have a Financial Aid Program to support this vision.
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Registration fees will be refunded at 50% of the registration ticket price paid, less the $50 refund processing cost, if requested in writing more than two-weeks prior to the start of the course. From two weeks prior to the start of the course until the day before the course begins, refunds requested in writing will be granted a credit for the full value of their registration ticket price. No refunds or credits are available on or after the start date of the course. To begin the cancellation process, please email us at email@example.com.
"IFSEL's approach to implementing SEL teaching practices, especially in the realm of conflict resolution, has had a remarkable impact on our school. After a short period of time, the work done in one division was noted by faculty, administration, the board, and our parent community to such an extent that it became an inspiration for the entire institution.. "
- Faith Hunter
Lower School Director
The Buckley School
The SEL Leadership Program supports leaders and educators around the world to build and sustain an inclusive, equitable, SEL-rooted school community.
This program is experiential, inspiring, and renewing - providing a balance of high impact practical tools and approaches, alongside space for collaboration and reflection.
As a cohort, members of the SEL Leadership Program will work closely for seven months to support each other, share ideas, and offer a critical space for problem solving and planning.
Equitable and sustainable SEL approaches evolve from the intersection of strong foundational practices and innovative and creative application with each school’s culture and context. This weekend workshop offers educators, administrators, and counselors a range of practical and transferable SEL approaches and tools to activate a Whole Community Approach to SEL.