Research indicates that social and emotional learning skills are better predictors of student outcomes than intelligence, test scores, or grade rank.
Join TTSP and Dr. Julene Nolan to develop your understanding of the 5 critical areas of social-emotional learning skills and get simple, concrete strategies for implementing social-emotional learning in this special parent and teacher workshop. Time will be available to ask questions at the end of the workshop, or you may submit questions upon registration.
Intended for elementary-aged children, grades K-5. Teachers and parents with students of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Thursday, October 28
7:00 – 8:00PM
Zoom information provided upon registration
Dr. Julene Nolan is a psychologist, author, speaker, and owner of Phoenix School Counseling LLC, a private practice that serves non-public schools with counselors, consulting, and training services. She is the past president of the Minnesota School Psychology Association and recently co-authored a college textbook on adolescent development: Real World, Real Challenges: Adolescent Development in Contemporary Society. Dr. Nolan serves schools and families with mental/behavioral health, school performance, and social/emotional learning needs.