PESB professional learning opportunities.
Transformative SEL for Educators: Connecting Healthy SELves to Healthy Communities
PESB is hosting this virtual interactive social emotional learning (SEL) series all about developing your own SEL capacity throughout the 2022-23 school year. Research has shown that teachers who developed their own SEL skills not only improved their own well-being, but also improved the social, emotional and academic development of their students. Through this series, you will cultivate your identity as an educator, as well as reaffirm your purpose. The series will help you strengthen your community through self growth, inquiry, and lived experiences.
While you may choose to attend any or all of these interactive sessions, they do build on each other, so attending the entire series is encouraged. This series is open to all educators, including ESAs, teachers, paraeducators, administrators and classified staff. Free clock hours are provided for each session through OSPI.
To learn more, view the SEL series kick-off recording and slides.
Register for sessions using the links in the SEL Series Schedule. You must register for both Zoom and pdEnroller.
|Session date||Session title|
Tuesday, October 18, 2022
|Self-Awareness: Turning the lens inward with compassion|
|Monday, November 14, 2022 4:30-6:30 pm||Self-Awareness/ Consciousness: Diving into authentic self-evaluation and rediscovering my superpower|
|Tuesday, January 17, 2023
|Self Management/Self Guidance: Responding to emotions wisely|
|Monday, February 6, 2023
|Social Awareness / Self management/ Self Guidance: Community building using transformative strategies|
|Tuesday, March 21, 2023
|Social Awareness: Growing empathy across differences|
|Monday, April 17, 2023
4:30 -6:30 pm
|Self Efficacy and Social Engagement/ Community: Activating my superpower in sustaining a healthy ecosystem|
- SEL Series Schedule – Information about session registration, recording links, and pdEnroller links here
- SEL Series FAQ – Information about the series, clock hours, and professional growth plans (PGP)
Contact Makenzie at Makenzie.Dyer@k12.wa.us or Leiani at Leiani.Sherwin@k12.wa.us
*As learning opportunities are completed, any materials available can be found here*