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Promoting Social and Emotional Well-being through a Whole School Approach

Course #: 02-1268

Price: $24.00

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Please Note: This course has varying hours depending on the type of credit you need. See Below.

  • IACET: 0.1 CEUs
  • All Other Organizations: 2.00 Hours
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CEU Course Description

An overwhelming amount of information, studies, and recent data points to the fact that a child’s emotional and social well-being is enormously important not just for their overall health and happiness: It’s also important for their academic performance. Many studies and meta-analyses over the past several years have highlighted the importance of social-emotional learning, and particularly the necessity of a whole-community approach. In this course, we’ll discuss the current recommendations from the CDC and the WHO regarding whole-school health and social-emotional learning. We’ll review meta-analyses from researchers seeking to find all of the possible correlations between whole-school social-emotional wellness and student health outcomes. Finally, we’ll provide an overview of actions that teachers and school administrations can take to invest in their community’s social and emotional wellbeing. 

CEU Course Objectives

  1. Review the key actions that educators can work on to promote whole-school emotional health and wellness.
  2. Describe the reasons why investing in whole-school emotional and social wellness is important. 
  3. Evaluate relationships between students and school staff, and detail why they’re important for social-emotional wellness. 
  4. Summarize the current recommendations for whole-school emotional and social wellness from educational authorities. 
  5. Identify specific ways that teachers can help students become more emotionally resilient. 
  6. Brainstorm ways teachers can support the whole family (and therefore, the student).

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Course Date: 2022-02-16

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