San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Fostering Emotional Literacy
Workshop with Marc Brackett, Ph.D Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence January 11, 2015
In this workshop Dr. Brackett will:
- explore how emotions drive learning, decision making, relationships, mental health, and general effectiveness for both children and adults. What we do with our emotions is especially important.
- define the role of emotional intelligence in learning, decision making, relationship quality, and mental health,
- review the research on why emotions matter and describe the theory of emotional intelligence, including how it provides a framework to both measure and study the impact of emotions on important life outcomes.
- discuss an evidence-based approach to Social and Emotional Learning , RULER, which involves the teaching of emotional intelligence to all stakeholders in schools, including students, teachers, support staff, leaders, and families.
- demonstrate how SEL decreases aggression and bullying, and enhances school climate, problem-solving skills, empathy, and academic performance will also be a focus.
- will describe the results of a national study of high school students which tapped their current and hoped-for feelings states.
- share InspirEd, which is an open-source resource center for students
- voice a call to action for students, educators and policy makers to collectively drive the national conversation that charges schools with increasing their focus on building positive school climates and integrating SEL to improve young people’s prospects for leading happy, healthy, and productive lives.
- offer an opportunity to share his work with individual school districts , beginning with a webinar if requested
When & Where
Contact Philip Cicero, Ed.D or Karen Siris, Ed.D at email@example.com with any questions
QUESTIONS: Call Karen Siris at 516-851-0471 Philip Cicero at 516-233-4464