Proposal Title

Engaging students In Social Emotional Learning through Young Adult Literature

Author Type

Undergraduate Student

Location

U-Hall 2-078 or Atrium

Start Date

28-3-2018 12:10 PM

End Date

28-3-2018 1:00 PM

Presentation Type

Poster

Abstract

For this presentation our goals are to show people the strategies and methods that we came up with in order to help us understand how to meet the social and emotional needs of students, while pairing classic text with contemporary YA texts. We will give our examples of how we could use these ideas in a classroom, as well as provide attendees with the adequate lesson plans in order to execute the strategies that we came up with using our own two novels. We will also layout for them the 5 social emotional competencies of learning, so that they can better understand how best to support their own students as they explore what it means to help their students develop these social emotional learning skills amongst their peers. The audience for our presentation should be educators and pre-service teachers alike who are interested in how they can begin to teach “the whole student”, rather than just the core curriculum and rigorous academic agenda.

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Engaging students In Social Emotional Learning through Young Adult Literature

U-Hall 2-078 or Atrium

For this presentation our goals are to show people the strategies and methods that we came up with in order to help us understand how to meet the social and emotional needs of students, while pairing classic text with contemporary YA texts. We will give our examples of how we could use these ideas in a classroom, as well as provide attendees with the adequate lesson plans in order to execute the strategies that we came up with using our own two novels. We will also layout for them the 5 social emotional competencies of learning, so that they can better understand how best to support their own students as they explore what it means to help their students develop these social emotional learning skills amongst their peers. The audience for our presentation should be educators and pre-service teachers alike who are interested in how they can begin to teach “the whole student”, rather than just the core curriculum and rigorous academic agenda.