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A Seesaw webinar that explores 3 ways emotions impact learning.
A webinar about Transforming with Purpose, an essential HEART skills.
Supporting Young Children with SEL
SEL starts with the adults. Learn why in this webinar focused on early childhood.
Nurturing Moms’ Resilience
Lorea shares valuable tips on how to nurture resilience and keep a positive attitude.
SEL Is Not a Destination
Why SEL and equity can support each other to nurture the whole child.
HEART in Mind
SEL for teachers and classrooms.
Social Emotional Learning with Dr. Lorea Martínez
Practical steps to nurture purpose and connection in our home classrooms.
Help for Integrating SEL with Dr. Lorea Martínez
Transitioning back to the classroom and building community in the new school year.
Meaningful SEL – Where to begin?
The critical role of SEL in our pandemic world and classrooms.
Teaching with the HEART in Mind
Integrating SEL into school practices and learning communities.
How Essential is SEL in our Education System?
How SEL benefits students in school and beyond.
Bringing SEL to schools for deeper learning.
How to Implement SEL with the HEART in Mind
The emotions of mathematics and other SEL lessons.
A Framework for Teaching and Learning SEL
The complexities of SEL implementation.
A Conversation with Dr. Lorea Martínez
The current and future state of SEL in education.
Teaching with the HEART in Mind: What Is It?
A deep dive into the 5 skills in the HEART in Mind model.
The Importance of SEL in Early Childhood
Recognizing and attuning to the emotions of young children.
Teaching with the HEART in Mind and Neurodiverse Students
The role of emotions and relational trust in teaching and learning.
Using HEART skills in parenting to become better parents.
SEL, culturally responsive practices and parenting.
Looking inward supports effective teaching
Creating supportive learning environments that incorporate what we know about the role of emotions in learning.
Cultural competence can help teachers create more trusting relationships with students.
Teachers find innovative ways to incorporate SEL into regular lessons and daily routines
Realizing that expectations for the expression of emotions are shaded by gender and race can help teachers provide more effective SEL.
Understanding the differences between pessimism and optimism can help students improve the way they respond to challenges.
Social and emotional competencies help teachers avoid burnout and increase well-being.
Parenting needs to include time for parents to take care of themselves too.
How to use the HEART in Mind model to create joyful, peaceful and connected families.
Parents can intentionally nurture an appreciation for diversity in their children.
Get Teaching with the HEART in Mind and plant the seeds for a more caring, equitable future through education infused with social emotional learning!