Indiana's sel competencies: revised to address inequities and empower all Webinar
The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) partnered with Butler University, CASEL, and a group of stakeholders to develop the PK-12 Social- Emotional Learning Competencies and indicators for Indiana. IDOE realized that the SEL competencies could be more explicit about how SEL can advance educational equity. Social justice concerns and recent human rights movements (BLM, Me Too, etc.) have made educators more aware that effective social and emotional learning requires difficult conversations about equity and systemic injustice. IDOE partnered with Region 8, CASEL, and CISELS to bring together a group of stakeholders to examine and review the current PK-12 IDOE SEL competencies and indicators from an educational equity and culturally responsive lens to ensure they are explicit about how SEL can advance educational equity in social and emotional learning. This stakeholder group was put together to center the voices of content experts and community members to provide suggestions for revisions of competencies and indicators to reflect a greater focus on educational equity and culturally responsiveness. This presentation will review the SEL updates and the process used to create those updates.
This webinar is being presented byJessica Yoder with the Indiana Department of Education and hosted by Jill Summerlot and Cathy Boswell, IN*SOURCE Regional Program Specialists.
Please register by 4:00 pm EST on Monday, August 2.
This webinar is free and open to the public. Certificates of attendance are available for those that attend. The certificate may be used toward PGP (Professional Growth Plan) points.
For more information, please contact Jill or Cathy at 800.332.4433 or email@example.com.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: To serve you more efficiently, we require advance registration. Each person must register individually in order to receive a certificate of attendance. Our federal grant requires us to collect demographic information on every person in attendance.
If you are unable to attend this webinar, archived webinars are available on our website at insource.org.