How RedRover Uses Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Humane Education to Promote Empathy, Connection, and Literacy in the Classroom
Karly Noel, MA Ed, CHES - Director of Education, RedRover
The RedRover Readers program is a social and emotional learning (SEL) program designed to help students develop positive relationship skills like empathy and responsible decision making. Aligned with SEL Core Competencies and Common Core, it is a SEL program with a humane education lens that is helping teachers meet state mandates and bring in classroom resources designed to build kinder classrooms and improve school culture. Join RedRover as they discuss the main student learning objectives from the RedRover Readers program as well as the decision to align with CASEL’s (the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning) Core Competencies and an overview of the workshop, "Building Empathy, Connection and Literacy in the Classroom."
About our Speaker:
Karly Noel is the Director of Education at RedRover. She oversees production of Kind News magazine, the RedRover Readers program and supports Staff Development, Operations, and Human Resources for the organization as well. A former classroom teacher and curriculum specialist, she has a Master’s Degree in Education and a Bachelor's Degree in Child Development from California State University, Sacramento. Karly holds the Certified Humane Education Specialist (CHES) credential from the Academy of Prosocial Learning. When she is not at work, she enjoys volunteering in her child’s school and spending time with family. She shares her home with husband, two dogs, young son, and one cat.
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