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All Learning is Social and Emotional Book Study Spring 2022 is a Course

All Learning is Social and Emotional Book Study Spring 2022

Ended Apr 1, 2022

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Full course description

Course Description

  • This book study will go in depth with Social Emotional Learning! We will meet virtually 4 times (1/27 | 2/10 | 2/24 | 3/03) to discuss the book, “All Learning is Social and Emotional” (Frey, Fisher, & Smith) and it’s application to your classroom and schools in DCSD. This excellent resource defines the core aspects of social and emotional learning and provides practical suggestions for how schools might adopt them and how teachers can focus on them in their classrooms. You will be provided with a copy of the book! Please note that this course will run with a minimum of 20 participants, so please invite your colleagues to join! We will let you know if our minimum threshold is not met by January 19th.
  • Type of Course: Blended
  • Lead Learner (Facilitator): Laurie Lacomb,  Anne Connolly & Ryan Gudmundson
  • Credit(s) and Type: Varies Up to 10hrs | Relicensure

Target Audience

  • All staff 
  • Open to Substitute Teachers = Yes
  • Open to Student Teachers = Yes 
  • Open to Charter School Staff = Yes
    • Both Charter Certified or Classified

Timeline Overview

  • Virtual Meeting: Thursday January 27th 4:30-5:30pm - Google Meet
  • Virtual Meeting: Thursday February 10th 4:30-5:30pm - Google Meet
  • Virtual Meeting: Thursday February 24th 4:30-5:30pm - Google Meet
  • Virtual Meeting: Thursday March 3rd 4:30-5:30pm - Google Meet

We will send you the Google Meet link through a Google Calendar invite as the date approaches.  


Here are the outcomes for the course (what participants will walk away with from the course).


  • Participants will learn the hows and whys of social emotional learning, and participate in discussions on methods and techniques to apply these concepts to their classroom. 
  • Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of: 
    • Building students’ sense of identity
    • Helping students identify, describe, and regulate their emotions responses
    • Promoting cognitive regulation skills
    • Fostering students’ social skills
    • Equipping students to become informed and involved citizens
  • Through our small group discussions, you will be invited to bring in examples from your own classrooms to aid in SEL implementation.