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Social and Emotional Learning Overview
Definition and Benefits 3:03
Connections to the Classroom 3:41
Competencies and Principles of SEL
Core SEL Competencies 4:36
Guiding Principles of SEL 3:54
Classroom Management Strategies for SEL
Classroom Circles 5:37
Creating a Mindfulness Corner 7:05
Bringing SEL into Your Art Classroom
Routines and Classroom Expectations 5:50
Positive Behavior Responses 6:53
Resources and Support 5:11
Educating the Whole Child 5:09
Bringing SEL into Your Art Curriculum
Teaching Strategies 5:34
Identity Portrait Project 7:01
Emotions Choice-Based Project 4:56
Positivity Sticky Note Mural Project 4:46
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
4 PD Hours
1 Understand Social and Emotional Learning as it connects to the art classroom.
2 Better advocate for the SEL of your students and their art education.
3 Explore a variety of strategies and approaches to bring SEL into your classroom.
In order to learn and thrive, students need to understand and regulate their emotions appropriately. Art educators know that when a student loses control of their anger, sadness, or excitement, their creativity suffers. Through Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), students are able to better equip themselves with strategies to help them be successful as they encounter emotional obstacles. The art classroom is an ideal safe place for SEL to take place. Join Dr. Wynita Harmon in this PRO Pack as she clarifies SEL, the importance of SEL in the art classroom, and SEL strategies you can use in your teaching.
A. Develops lessons, units, and/or centers that connect with student interests and backgrounds
F. Designs opportunities for collaboration among students
A. Designs inclusive instruction based on individual differences and understanding of diverse cultures and communities
B. Designs instruction to allow for freedom of expression and independent thought within student work
B. Develops instruction that incorporates artwork from a variety of cultures, communities, times, and places
11. Relationship Building
A. Builds rapport and positive relationships with students
B. Creates and maintains an environment of respect
C. Maintains self-control in challenging situations
Associate Professor and Instructional Coach at AOEU and PRO Facilitator
Wynita Harmon is an Associate Professor and Instructional Coach at AOEU. She enjoys providing authentic learning experiences for her students that promote innovation and critical thinking skills. Wynita holds a master’s degree in human relations with an emphasis in organizational leadership from the University of Oklahoma.