EdTechTeam Offers Free Webinar to Educators on Social-Emotional Learning

More than just self-esteem, social-emotional learning focuses on the whole child, arming them with lifelong skills that matter.

EdTechTeam, a global network of educational technologists, is thrilled to announce a three-part LIVE series, Teaching and Learning: Social & Emotional Learning Webinar. Free to registrants, EdTechTeam dives into the what, why and how of this important and relevant topic.

Teaching students to effectively manage emotions, show empathy for others and giving them the tools to manage and maintain friendships are the fundamental pillars behind social-emotional learning (SEL). Research has found that SEL not only helps students evolve emotionally, improving positivity within the classroom, but also gives them invaluable coping skills they can apply in day-to-day life. While educators find SEL contributes to a positive school climate and increased academic success, SEL also prepares students to one day become employees who can solve problems and communicate effectively.

EdTechTeam’s three-part live series offers panel discussions, books, and tips, empowering educators to effectively teach students how to achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, maintain strong relationships, and make responsible choices.

Block your calendar and join the conversation: 

Part 1: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Part 2: Monday, September 24, 2018
Part 3: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Registration form available at edtech.team/SELwebinar

About EdTechTeam:

EdTechTeam, a California Benefit Corporation, is a global network of educational technologists with a mission is to improve the world's education systems using the best learning principles and technology available to inspire and empower educators to design personalized learning experiences for students. As an official Google for Education Professional Development Partner, EdTechTeam has delivered over 350 conference-style events and more than 500 smaller events to help educators realize the potential of Google for Education and technology.

Source: EdTechTeam

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