Get Georgia Reading – February 2016
Creating a positive learning climate where social-emotional engagement is the fuel for a child’s learning. Research in the neuroscience of social emotional engagement fosters our ability to create a universal design for learning in our classrooms.
OCALICON October 2015 Keynote
When school communities gain knowledge of a social and emotional scope and sequence of skills and how to facilitate student growth in these domains, we create a positive school climate that is focused on the success of every student. The Social Emotional Engagement – Knowledge and Skills (SEE-KS) program is focused on ensuring that learning environments address the needs of our diverse learners by fostering student engagement, presenting information in multiple ways, and promoting student participation.