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Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom: A Clinician’s Perspective (EDMA 299)

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Course Dates: Oct 5 and Nov 2, 2019

Registration Deadline: Sep 30, 2019

Graduate Credit - 1 semester hour, $170 (not including the cost of the textbooks)‌
OR
Iowa License Renewal -
1 semester hour, $90 (not including the cost of the textbooks)‌

Course Description
This course will explore key components and stages of social and emotional learning (SEL), related brain anatomy and function, and factors that may impact SEL development. Additionally, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of factors that may impact a child’s use of social and emotional skills across the school day and techniques and strategies that will assist children in making use of these skills. Through the use of a variety of materials, inside class assignments as well as out of class assignments, participants will be able to better assess, understand and help teach social and emotional learning in the classroom.

Syllabus‌: Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom 

Instructors: 

Leslie Rogers, M.S., CCC-SLP, Autism Clinical Manager, Speech-Language Pathologist at ChildServe

Kirsten Smith, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech, and Occupational Therapy Service Manager, Speech-Language Pathologist at ChildServe

Textbook:

Students in this course are responsible for purchasing or renting their own copies of the following texts:

Guiding Children’s Social and Emotional Development:  A Reflective Approach. Janice Englander Katz. 2014. Pearson Education

Social and Emotional Development in Early Intervention: A Skills Guide for Working With Children. Mona Delahooke. 2017. PESI Publishing and Media.

This course may not run as scheduled if we do not reach our minimum number of registrations. Should this occur, all registered students will receive a full refund.

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