Lauren is an elementary school Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Specialist in Phoenix, AZ and the teacher author behind Structured Special Ed. For the last five years though, Lauren was a self contained autism teacher and taught all grades K-6 in a structured academic autism classroom. She has her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Human and Family Development from Arizona State University and her masters in Education from Grand Canyon University. When Lauren is not teaching, her and her husband Joe love to travel the world.
Using Games To Improve Executive Functioning and SEL Skills
Using children’s books is a great way to teach SEL (social emotional learning) skills into your classroom, both in person and virtual. In this session, attendees will learn about different SEL children’s book series and various strategies to promote social emotional learning with them. You’ll leave feeling more confident in your understanding of how to incorporate and teach SEL skills using books.
Using Children’s Book’s to Teach and Support SEL
Using games is a great way to teach SEL (social emotional learning) skills and Executive Functioning (EF) skills in your classroom. In this session, attendees will learn what board games can be used to promote and target different SEL and executive functioning skills to better help your students. You’ll leave feeling more confident in your understanding of SEL and executive functioning and how to incorporate and teach those skills using games.