Course Overview

This course will introduce students to the concept of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) using the CASEL SEL Framework. Students will learn about two of the five components of SEL (Self-management and Relationship Skills) and will explore how to apply these constructs in their own lives. Students will also explore the integration of SEL into early childhood programs (school, home visiting, early intervention, and infant mental health programs) and how these concepts can be applied to support children and their families.

What You'll Learn

  • Identify at least two components of the CASEL SEL Framework
  • Evaluate and explain the power of pause and its use in professional settings
  • Compare and contrast the components of administrative and reflective supervision


Who Should Attend

Individuals interested in learning more about the CASEL Social Emotional Learning Framework

Professionals, or those with interest, in Early Childhood

Professionals in Infant Mental Health

Additional Information

Required textbook to be purchased by participants, Leading for Change Through Whole-School Social-Emotional Learning: Strategies to Build a Positive School Culture. 1/E. Jennifer E. Rogers. ISBN-13 978-1544352985

Participants must receive an 80% or better on all knowledge checks to receive a Certificate of Completion.

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This course is offered through UNM College of Education & Human Sciences.

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