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Social Emotional Learning

I had an interesting lecture about how to improve the Social Emotional Learning of our students.
Gil Chadash has managed the Academia classroom initiative with the aim to improve the quality and efficiency of professional development training. Gil served as the principal of the Navad Democratic School.
This meeting was organised by The A. Ofri Mashav International Educational Training Center (Israel)

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Social Emotional Learning

  1. 1. Social Emotional Learning
  2. 2. This lecture is being recorded and will be sent to you with the Power-Point
  3. 3. About myself – Gil Chadash Age 48, married to Dandy, father to Alon 15 and Tamar 11 I served as the principal of the Nadav Democratic School in Modi’in and as a co-founder, school principal and deputy director of the Nirim youth village for youth at risk. Literature and Math
  4. 4. What is Social Emotional Learning? Social-Emotional Learning is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to 1understand and manage emotions, 2set and achieve 3
  5. 5. Cognitive Emotional Social Beliefs and Identity Values Personality Prof. Stephanie Skills/ Competences Belief Ecology
  6. 6. Cognitive Emotional Social Beliefs and Identity Values Personality Prof. Stephanie Self Efficacy Agency Self Esteem Growth Mindset Ethical Values Performance Values Intellectual Values Civil Values Optimis m Gratitud e Openne ss Grit
  7. 7. The impact of Social Emotional Learning Kindergarten teachers assessed students' social and emotional abilities using a 9-item, 5-point scale. Researchers then examined these students 13 to 19 years later.
  8. 8. The impact of Social Emotional Learning For every 1-point increase in a child's social competence score in kindergarten, he or she was: Twice as likely to attain a college degree in early adulthood. 54% more likely to earn a high school
  9. 9. The impact of Social Emotional Learning For every 1-point decrease in a child's social competence score in kindergarten, he or she had a: 64% higher chance of having spent time in juvenile detention. 67% higher chance of having been arrested by
  10. 10. The impact of Social Emotional Learning https://casel.org/impact/
  11. 11. The impact of Social Emotional Learning https://casel.org/impact/ v v v
  12. 12. The impact of Social Emotional Learning https://casel.org/impact/ v v v
  13. 13. 3 conditions for an effective SEL implementation 1. Not an episodically event 2. The teachers are going through intensive SEL learning themselves. 3. Engaging parents and community.
  14. 14. XX = Knowled ge Skills SEL Results
  15. 15. Arie Tivon – Authority as a whole Goal Set Mindset Values Regulation Emotional Empathy Agency Self Efficacy
  16. 16. Cognitive
  17. 17. Emotional
  18. 18. Alternating the inner voice
  19. 19. Socail
  20. 20. Creating Empathy
  21. 21. Mirroring Tracking Page
  22. 22. ‫תודה‬ ‫شكرا‬ Thank you Дякую Gracias გმადლობთ Спасибо Obrigada आपका धन्यवाद Asante धन्यबाद ధన్యవాదాలు ขอบคุณ
  23. 23. This lecture is being recorded and will be sent to you with the Power- Point presentation gilchadash@gmail.com WhatsApp +972-52-6544436

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I had an interesting lecture about how to improve the Social Emotional Learning of our students. Gil Chadash has managed the Academia classroom initiative with the aim to improve the quality and efficiency of professional development training. Gil served as the principal of the Navad Democratic School. This meeting was organised by The A. Ofri Mashav International Educational Training Center (Israel)

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