Social and Emotional Learning in After School Programming Jennifer Miller. 21 st Century Learning Community Summit January 21, 2013. Jennifer Miller, M.Ed. Senior Educational Consultant on SEL. 19 years working on prevention/social competence promotion with educators Parent – family coaching
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21st Century Learning Community Summit
January 21, 2013
Development of skills to promote
and maintain positive,
and contribute to learning.
(1) Create Learning Environments
(2) Provide Social and Emotional Competency Instruction
CASEL, Safe and Sound, 2003
Recognizing one’s emotions and values as well as one’s strengths and limitations
Making ethical, constructive
choices about personal
and social behavior
Managing emotions and
behaviors to achieve
Showing understanding and empathy for others
Forming positive relationships,
working in teams, dealing effectively with conflictSEL Instruction
All Students need to feel a sense of:
- sequenced (to build skills)
- active (engaged learning)
- focus (on personal and social skills)
- explicit (target specific skills)
Focus on SEL and service learning
Core daily components include:
- snack, homework, community building, social-emotional skill building
- service learning projects (3-4 per year)
GPAs higher, Suspensions lower
What is one way you can envision integrating social and emotional learning into your after school programming?
How can you deepen the social and emotional skill building practice opportunities and/or sense of community and connectedness in your program?