Saturday, April 1, 2023
About this Event
Presenter: Emily Rubin, M.S., CCC-SLP
Hosted by: UM-NSU CARD
About the Presenter Emily Rubin, MS, CCC-SLP is the Director of Communication Crossroads in Atlanta, GA, a private practice providing professional learning to help families & educators create positive learning environments focused on relationships & an appreciation of the neurodiversity of children. She is a speech-language pathologist who is passionate about the relationship between social-emotional engagement &the development of language, learning, & well-being. She is a co-author of the SCERTS Model & a co-developer of the Social Emotional Engagement–Knowledge &Skills (SEE-KS). She lectures internationally &provides ongoing technical assistance to school systems & other agencies that care for children & their families.
Date: Available from April 1st to 21st, 2023
ASHA members seeking CEUs must attend the full workshop on 4/1/23 or 4/8/23.
Location: Online via Zoom. The link will be provided in the registration confirmation email.
Registration Deadline: March 27, 2023, Limited to first 200 participants
Register Online: https://SocialEmotionalEngagement.eventbrite.com Registration is mandatory. Following registration on Eventbrite, participants will get instructions for setting up an account to access the workshop content.
For more information contact: CARD@nova.edu or (954) 262-7111
Target Audience: Educators, Administrators, SLPs, OTs & Family Members Findings of research in social neuroscience foster our ability to create supportive learning environments where social-emotional engagement is a “fuel” for learning & emotional well-being, both with our neurodiverse students as well as our educators. While standards-based instruction is our focus in the classroom, our learners are more likely to access the curriculum when they are “invested,” “independent,” &“initiating” with their peers & teachers. This session will begin with a review of the neuroscience of learning & shift toward a practical discussion of the “why” we need to measure & enhance learner engagement. Participants will learn about the Social Engagement Ladder, a freely accessible tool for measuring learning engagement and identifying opportunities for enhancing engagement. In addition, participants will learn “what” to do when there are opportunities to enhance engagement. The session will introduce a freely accessible tool, the SEE-KS Quick Reference tool, as a reference for identifying strategies for enhancing engagement that is consistent with a Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Participants will also learn “how” to mentor one’s multidisciplinary team members using appreciative inquiry to identify what is already working as well as opportunities for next steps.
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