ONLINEShort-Course for Teachers: Embracing Social Emotional & Spiritual Learning to Create Inclusive Part-Time Jewish Education Experiences

Next Event: February 2, 2022 Free
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Join MaTaRoT, Hebrew College’s Center for Jewish Professional Learning & Leadership, for a spring short-course. Have you been wondering about SESL’s impact on teaching and learning? Have you been thinking about how to weave SESL into your curriculum?

We invite Jewish educators in part-time settings (congregations and community schools) to engage in this six-session series on social emotional and spiritual learning (SESL) and inclusive practices. Our time together will focus on bringing SESL into our classrooms and curriculum as we begin to think about planning for the upcoming academic year.

The goals of the series include:

  • Providing a review of the foundations of social emotional learning (SEL)
  • Exploring how the second “S” of spirituality inspires deep and meaningful Jewish learning
  • Examining how SESL practices help to ensure our learning communities are inclusive and brave spaces for all learners
  • Applying SESL tools and strategies and inclusive practices in our culture, classroom and curriculum

There will be short readings/exercises in between sessions. This series will be taught by Susan Morrel and Sandy Gold, leaders in the field of social and emotional learning, special education and Jewish education.

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Wednesday, February 2, 2022, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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