Full course description
Staff and students have faced a multitude of challenges as they navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic and instances of racial injustice. More than ever, the well-being of students has taken center stage, underscoring the importance of assisting students in developing social and emotional skills. This workshop will briefly review the impact of COVID-19 and recent events of racial injustice on the emotional stability of students, especially those in low income areas, and provide strategies and solutions to assist teachers in supporting the social and emotional well being of their students for the reopening of schools in Autumn 2021.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Knowledge of how COVID-19 affected K-12 students both academically and social-emotionally
- Effect of the racial pandemic on school age students
- How schools adjusted to assist students during the past year
- Strategies for “rebuilding” and supporting the social and emotional well being of students in the classroom
June 1 - July 9
Required Live Sessions:
None; this course is fully asynchronous.
Antoinette Miranda, PhD
Kristyn Goodwin, M.A.
Summer Institute Course Theme
Social and Emotional Learning
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