Bozios SEL Presentation Video

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Published on May 20, 2018

Author: mnboz

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It’s About More than Long Division . . . Educating the Whole Child for Success Now and in the Future: It’s About More than Long Division . . . Educating the Whole Child for Success Now and in the Future Oradell Board of Education Meeting To develop a more positive culture and climate, we must . . . : To develop a more positive culture and climate, we must . . . Share a Common Understanding of Why this Work is Important Develop a Common Vision of What it will Look like for Our Community Identify Our Next Steps as Leaders 2 Why Focus on Social Emotional Learning Important?: Why Focus on Social Emotional Learning Important? Research shows . . . When students do not feel safe, it negatively impacts their capacity to learn and develop. Student achievement scores have been shown to grown by up to 17 percentile points when evidenced-based SEL programs are implemented. A positive school climate improves the learning environment decreasing absenteeism and disciplinary infractions while increasing student engagement. 3 Developing a Common Vision as a School Community: Developing a Common Vision as a School Community Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning’s Five Core Competencies: Self-Awareness Self-Management Responsible Decision Making Relationship Skills Social Awareness 4 Developing a Common Vision as a School Community: Developing a Common Vision as a School Community The 4C’s of 21 st Century Learning Communication Critical Thinking Creativity Collaboration 5 Developing a Common Vision as a School Community: Developing a Common Vision as a School Community Service Learning Allows for students to build empathy for others. Provides an opportunity to use skills in real-life situations. Develops feelings of self-worth and advocacy. 6 Serving Our Local and Globally Community : Serving Our Local and Globally Community 7 Making blankets for the nursing home Collecting money, shopping and wrapping gifts for families in need during the holidays Creating Thank You Cards for the Troops Making Social-Emotional Learning Part of Our Every Day: Making Social-Emotional Learning Part of Our Every Day 8 Increased use of meditation and guided breathing in the classroom Additional emphasis on helping students pay attention to the physiological signs of how they are feeling Making Social-Emotional Learning Part of Our Every Day: Making Social-Emotional Learning Part of Our Every Day 9 Developing an attitude of gratitude Embracing and learning from our mistakes How Do we Help? : How Do we Help? 10 Give time for members of our community to decide on and develop consistency of behavioral language and routines. Reflect on how the ins t itutional and organizational structures are positively and/or negatively impacting the development of strong social emotional toolboxes for students and staff. Finds ways to involve and educate parents. How Do we Help? : How Do we Help? 11 Most importantly, we model through our own actions what we hope interactions between student & teacher, teacher & teacher and student & student will be like. We give time for reflection and celebration! THANK YOU: THANK YOU 12

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