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Strengthening SEL With Fly Five and Responsive Classroom

Date & Time:

Thursday, May 26, 2022

7:00-8:00 PM ET

Description & Goals: Join us to learn more about Fly Five: The Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum. Fly Five equips teachers with the skills and tools to explicitly teach the developmentally appropriate social and emotional skills needed for success in, out of, and beyond school. Hear why Fly Five is the perfect SEL curriculum to partner with the Responsive Classroom approach. We’ll share how educators are using these two SEL programs together.

 

Participants will . . .

  • Learn about the origins of Fly Five
  • Gain an understanding of the components and practices within the curriculum
  • Witness the crossover between Responsive Classroom practices and Fly Five foundations

 

Host: Rachel Kohler

Rachel brings a vast knowledge of modern classroom operations and partnership building as well as a passion for social and emotional learning to her role as an educational partnership consultant. Prior to joining Center for Responsive Schools, Rachel worked as a classroom teacher, librarian, and programs consultant in public schools across the northeast for three years. These roles have provided her with firsthand experience working with SEL and consulting administrators on implementation of schoolwide programs.

 

 

Cohost:  Duke Ammon

As an educational partnership consultant, Duke leverages a wide range of experience from multiple fields to bring professional development to schools across the country. Prior to joining Center for Responsive Schools, Duke worked as a financial representative and an executive team leader in a retail environment, giving him unique insight into how to work with people and how to provide them with the training that will most benefit their team. During his time with CRS he has developed a strong respect for SEL as well as the incredible work that educators do.

 

 

 

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