Conative Skills + Organizing Students = A Match Made in Heaven!

Focusing on the Social Part of SEL Participants will have the opportunity to identify the seven Conative Skills and explore the benefits of teaching them as part of the Condition for Learning, Organizing Students to Interact with Content. Join this session to get great ideas for implementing Conative Skills such as Cultivating a Growth Mindset, Avoiding Negative Thinking, Developing Resiliency, and Taking Various Perspectives on an Issue into your daily lessons. These skills are easily taught through Academic Teaming lessons as well. If you are looking for great ideas to incorporate the Social aspect of Social and Emotional Learning into your lessons as you Organize Students to Interact with Content, this is the session for you!

Additional information

Practice Area

FTEM

Role

Teacher, School Leader, District Leader, Leadership Team

Session Topics

Virtual Instruction, Culture & Climate, Equity & Access, Instructional Practices, School Improvement, Student Engagement, Student Ownership, Technology

Speaker Name

Debra Friedman

Date

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Time

12:00PM – 1:00PM