Social-Emotional Learning Starts with Us:
​​​​​​​Strategies for Teachers and Students​​​​​​​

We can’t teach what we don’t know. Teachers, administrators, and support staff are most effective when they understand and develop their personal social-emotional capacities before addressing students. Research has shown that SEL increases academic achievement, improves behavior, and contributes to the overall sense of well-being for students and teachers.

This dynamic session will provide participants with stand-alone SEL activities as well as engaging strategies that can be integrated into the content areas for grades K-12.

  • Allison Roeser

    Allison Roeser, Master of Health Science (MHS) and Professional Certified Coach (PCC), is an SEL consultant and author for Teacher Created Materials (TCM). She has almost two decades of experience working with leaders in education, child welfare, and social change. As an avid learner of mindfulness practices, Allison has seen firsthand the value of integrating self-awareness into professional and personal development.

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