Students develop new skills through a combination of explicit instruction and opportunities to apply the learning in engaging situations. Social and emotional learning (SEL) is no different. To develop The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) SEL competencies, students require instruction, practice, and meaningful feedback. SEL skills are the basis for all academic learning because SEL competencies are prerequisite skills for reading comprehension.
Our SEL Network provides evidence-based workshops aligned to CASEL standards. Your district and campus level teams will have the opportunity to learn how to infuse the five core CASEL SEL competencies across the curriculum.
These CASEL SEL competencies are: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, responsible decision making, and relationship skills.
Each session will highlight one area of SEL competency through highly engaging strategies. All five sessions for a team of 10 professionals and four on site visits are available for one discounted yearly cost.
For each purchase, you will receive five days of professional development for members of your campus team here at ESC Region 13. Our SEL professionals at can help your school evaluate the efficacy of your current practice and help determine areas of strength and growth.
For campus teams who join the SEL Network, an additional 4 days of hands on campus support is available. This might include in house professional development, evaluation of SEL programs, SEL meeting support, consultation or direct services. All campus supports are available in English and Spanish.
Bring evidence based SEL strategies to your campus
Contact a specialist to learn how you can join our network and start building your SEL skills.
Need to get in touch?
Contact a member of our team for more information.
Paula Freeman, 512-919-5242