Join The POGIL Project and Social-Emotional Learning expert Brandi Lust, our lead facilitator,for a 3-day practicum, as we explore Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) strategies to help educators build skills that facilitate effective communication in their active-learning classrooms.
Why Attend this Event?
Educators and administrators are under increasing pressure due to many competing expectations: curriculum, testing, evaluation systems, and needs of students among others. Addressing social and emotional needs in the classroom is as important as addressing course content.
Click on the link above to see the three-day agenda that is designed to introduce educators to effective communication strategies in the classroom; design an implementation for their own class setting; and get feedback from other educators/thought partners throughout the process.
Cost: Early Bird Registration - $250 until Oct. 31, 2023 Regular Registration - $277
Registration is limited to 40 participants
Graduate Credits: Participants will earn a 1/2 graduate credit. Cost is included in the registration fee.
Technical Specifications: For this workshop, you will need to connect to Zoom via a computer with video and microphone/sound capabilities. Using a smartphone or iPad is strongly discouraged. Technical specifications for participation in this virtual workshop can be found in our Virtual Workshop Policy.
Workshop Cancellation Policy: A $50 administrative fee will be retained for cancellations received by February 1, 2024. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after February 1, 2024.
Brandi Lust is the founder of Learning Lab Consulting and the author of Myths of Being Human: Four Paths to Connect with What Matters. Through her work nationally as a speaker and consultant, she helps organizations lower stress, build resilience, and create more connection for employees through tools like mindfulness and social- emotional learning.