Ways We Want our Schools to Be: Addressing the Social and Emotional Needs of Children ~ Dawn Rogers, MEd

Schools that promote Social Emotional Learning celebrate greater student academic achievement, decreased behavior problems, better attendance, and improved student attitudes. What can parents and teachers do to create a more caring community?  Where are opportunities for greater student voice?  Participants will explore practices that support social-emotional learning as they consider the 5 elements of a strong SEL school:   Self-awareness, Self-management, Social awareness, Relationship management, and Responsible decision-making.

Presenter: Dawn Rogers, MEd

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 Dawn holds a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Educational Leadership from the University of North Texas. Her 21 years of classroom teaching experience includes working with students in both primary and intermediate grades, struggling readers, special needs students, gifted and talented, and English language learners. As an Instructional Coach, Dawn supported teachers in their work with Best Practices, Classroom Management, 21st Century Skills, and Content Competency. She has extensive experience as a State and National speaker in areas of Instructional Strategy, Differentiation, and Social-Emotional Learning. Dawn is currently an Educational Consultant with Center for the Collaborative Classroom.