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Making quality higher education in CTE within reach: learn skills for a career you love or just want to explore.
Register by contacting your home high school counselor.
Session 1: 10/30 - 1/26  
Weeks/Hrs 10 weeks = 100 hrs
Cost $350
Session 2: 1/29 - 4/19  
Weeks/Hrs 10 weeks = 100 hrs
Cost $350
Session 3: 4/22 - 5/30  
Weeks/Hrs 6 weeks = 60 hrs
Cost $210
Class Schedule

Class Schedule

Virtual: Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Days: Monday & Wednesday (online)
Beginning 4/22/24 - 5/30/24
Contact: Dr. Madeleine Dasalla at (408) 723-6494
The goal of teaching Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is to help students develop important life skills. These skills include understanding and managing emotions, building healthy relationships, making responsible decisions, and dealing with stress. By learning SEL, students can succeed in school, build strong relationships, and maintain good mental health. It is about giving them the tools they need to navigate life's challenges and thrive in the future.
Topics covered: Mental Health Awareness, Transition from high school to college/adulthood, Bullying Prevention, Cultivating Empathy, Resilience Building, Mindfulness and Self-Care, Effective Communication, Digital Citizenship, Identity and Diversity, Decision-Making and Goal Setting, and a Positive School Climate.
Key takeaways:
Discussions about social and emotional learning (SEL) offer numerous benefits for students. SEL discussions support students in:
  • Enhancing self-awareness
  • Fostering empathy
  • Developing communication abilities
  • Managing stress
  • Building stronger connections
  • Improving decision-making skills
  • Boosting academic performance
  • Cultivating resilience
  • Acquiring essential life skills
  • Preparing for future challenges
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