PDC11: Exploring a Data-Informed Approach to the Development of Students' Social-Emotional Competencies

PDC11: Exploring a Data-Informed Approach to the Development of Students' Social-Emotional Competencies

Instructors:
Rolf K. Blank, NORC at the University of Chicago
Katie H. Buckley, Transforming Education
Bob LaRocca, Transforming Education

Fee: $135 

The purpose of this course is to provide researchers, educators, and administrators with best practices in assessing and supporting student social-emotional learning (SEL) skills. Participants will have the opportunity to explore measures designed for different uses, and SEL-related strategies for improving student outcomes. The course will begin with a discussion of the research and rationale behind measuring SEL and an examination of current assessments and their differing purposes. The second half of the course will feature a discussion on how to use resulting data from SEL measures (at the classroom, school, and system levels) and will model concrete, hands-on strategies and tools to strengthen student skills.

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Recorded 04/13/2018
Recorded 04/13/2018