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Friday, September 10, 2021 - 09:30
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Presented By: Education for Development Workgroup

What Can SEL and UDL Look Like in Primary and Secondary Math Classes? Integrating SEL, UDL in Math During Changing Contexts

Recently there has been a greater understanding of the importance of integrating social and emotional learning (SEL) and universal design for learning (UDL) into children’s schooling. This integration has become more common in education projects worldwide, and it is frequently associated particularly with language arts classes. In this interactive webinar, panelists will share the work that they have done in Lebanon, Ghana, and Guatemala in teaching numeracy and math at primary and secondary levels with SEL and UDL integrated. Questions that will be addressed during the event include: 

  • Where and when during a math class are there opportunities to implicitly practice SEL skills?
  • How can SEL or UDL integrate into all parts of the instructional day? 
  • How can you frame SEL or UDL to convince a skeptical stakeholder of its importance?

Registration for this event is now closed. Meeting details will be sent to all registered participants.

This virtual event will take place from 9:30 AM ET - 11:00 AM ET on Friday, September 10th. After 8:30 AM ET on Friday, September 10th, SID-W staff will be managing the event and may be unable to respond to last minute registration requests.

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Moderator

Research Associate , Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

Panelists

Classroom Teacher , Ada West District, Ghana
Technical Advisor, Global Education, Employment and Engagement Business Unit at FHI 360
Social and Emotional Learning Specialist, World Learning Lebanon
Math Specialist, World Learning Lebanon
Researcher and Program Manager, Inclusive Development Partners

Workgroup Co-Chairs

Senior Advisor, Education, World Vision United States
Senior Education Specialist, World Learning