In this session, we will be exploring how adults in education can begin to understand and recognize self-awareness related to implicit bias and social awareness to better understand the perspectives of others.
Through a review of transformative SEL, we will continue deepening our understanding of the CASEL Core Competencies to promote and leverage equity and promote personal growth. This deepening awareness contributes to healthier culture and climate of schools, and the overall professional learning community.
Modes of Learning
This unit is meant to be facilitated within a group setting either in person or remote over a three-hour time period. However, facilitators may decide to break it up into multiple sessions to meet the needs of your audience (such as one-hour sessions, each covering one of the three objectives of the training).
This is the third unit of a six-part e-learning series with each three-hour unit being delivered in synchronous sessions.
Facilitator’s Guide: Creating a Professional Learning Culture Based on SEL
Participants will be able to:
- Examine how we as adults recognize our own social awareness including; the abilities to understand the perspectives of and empathize with others, including those from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and contexts.
- Define transformative SEL, and apply transformative SEL to promote and leverage equity.
- Identify the importance of adults’ social and emotional competencies for their work with students and their own well-being, and in relation to district SEL implementation.
- Slide deck presentation
- Trusted 10 Worksheet
- Deeper Reflective Dive into Core Competencies through the Equity Lens
- Debriefing for Equity
- The WHY of Self-Care Jamboard (link will create a new copy to be shared with participants in each session)
- Personal Wellness Choice Board
Additional resources are embedded within the slide deck presentation and linked in the Facilitator’s Guide.
- Rebecca Bowers, Greater Southern Tier BOCES
- Jessica Carpenter, Greater Southern Tier BOCES
- Stephanie Stephens, Greater Southern Tier BOCES