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Whole Child, Whole Day: A Social & Emotional Learning Symposium On August 9, 2019, YDEKC hosted Whole Child, Whole Day: A Social & Emotional Learning Symposium for over 300 practitioners and system-level leaders from around the Road Map Region and beyond at Highline College. Approximately [...]
by Mona Grife Early on in my career, I would visit schools to invite students to sign-up for service-learning projects. One moment stands out in my mind. My colleague and I were just finishing up our short spiel in front of the class when a student quickly entered. As soon as he opened the door, [...]
SEL Starts With Us: What does that mean to you? This was one of our Symposium themes in 2017, but in reflection after the event, we decided we wanted to be more explicit in our definition of what this means and how important it is to the work we do with young people. There is a range of changes [...]
Announcing Our Symposium Keynote: Rashad Norris on Authentically Engaging Youth of Color with a Culturally Relevant Approach by Anne Arias Each year as we are preparing for our annual Whole Child, Whole Day: A Social & Emotional Learning Symposium, we ask our Advisory Committee to guide [...]
WHOLE CHILD, WHOLE DAY: A Social & Emotional Learning Symposium An interactive professional development symposium to strengthen your capacity to create equity based learning environments that support the whole child across the whole day, with a focus on shifting adult practices and systems to [...]