April 4, 2024 | 9 - 10:30 AM | Virtual
Audience: Disability Contact Persons, Directors, Program Facilitators, and Teachers
This course provides an introduction to social-emotional learning (SEL) and its significance in supporting adult education students. SEL is a framework that promotes the development of essential skills for managing emotions, building positive relationships, and making responsible decisions.
Through a combination of theoretical foundations and practical applications, participants will explore the key components of SEL and its relevance in adult education settings. The course will delve into various strategies and techniques that educators can employ to foster SEL competencies among adult learners, enhancing their overall well-being and academic success.
Topics covered in this course include understanding the core principles of SEL, recognizing the impact of emotions on learning, cultivating self-awareness and self-management skills, promoting social awareness and relationship-building, and developing responsible decision-making abilities.