Catalog: Rockland/Westchester Teachers' Center Institute

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1. Online: Emotional Intelligence, Reflective Practice and The Theory Self-First

Audience: All

Dates: 6/15/2020 to 7/27/2020

Location: Online The course is available 24/7 during those d

This online course will allow participants the opportunity to develop skills that will enable them to identify, use, understand and manage their emotions and the emotions of others. By developing these competencies participants will:

• reach new heights in being responsible decision makers

• utilize multiple points of view

• be creative problem solvers who make sound, ethical and effective decisions

• explore research-based skills and competencies that have a positive impact on their professional and personal lives The skills, competencies, and strategies utilized throughout the coursework are research-based and are aligned with the MSCEIT (Mayer, Salovey, Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test Yale University) and the CASEL (Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning) Competencies. . Throughout this coursework, we will continue to address the SEL needs of our students and include the perspective of distance learning. The course start date and end date are noted in Frontline MyLEarningPlan. The course is available 24/7 during those dates.

2. Online: Balance the Mind and Heart: Creating Resilient Schools that Address the Social, Emotional, Ethical, and Academic (SEAL) Needs of Students

Audience: All

Dates: 7/7/2020 to 8/18/2020

Location: Online - The course is available 24/7 during those

This 15 hr online course will allow educators the opportunity to create resilient schools that meet the social, emotional, ethical, and academic (SEAL) needs of students. Participants will explore the research-based skills and competencies that have a positive impact on the organizational structure of their school, the delivery of instruction, and student performance. SEAL teaching strategies and competencies should be naturally infused into the organizational structure of the school, as well as, into existing curricular activities. This online course will allow educators to build bridges by acknowledging past accomplishments, validating what is presently working well, and designing future SEAL goals to bring the existing programs to new levels of development. SEAL must be an ongoing process and "way of life"½½ that can not be addressed in isolation. . Throughout this coursework, we will continue to address the SEL needs of our students and include the perspective of distance learning.