Presentation on theme: "Social / Emotional / Behavioral (SEB) Learning. Whats new in the SEB world? Early Learning Programs Middle Schools."— Presentation transcript:
Social / Emotional / Behavioral (SEB) Learning
Whats new in the SEB world? Early Learning Programs Middle Schools
…at the elementary level…. Student Learning Expectations (SLEs)
I Can Statements
Alignment with Student Progress Report
CONSIDERATIONS Markings are given based on developmental levels of the student and consideration given to their abilities The behavioral expectations of Personal Best, Active Listening, etc. are general concepts and are interwoven into all of the Doing Our PARRT lessons, although they are not specifically taught in the curriculum Schools teach these concepts in a variety of ways (posters, real-life examples, assemblies, pointing out positive examples, feedback to students, using the language building-wide, literature, etc.) The PARRT common language is interwoven into the students entire day and all subject areas The indicators listed below each behavioral expectation are not intended to be an all-inclusive list, rather some possibilities of what each expectation might look like
Priorities continuing this year… SEB ART guiding practices in building that focus on positive school climate and culture Building-wide implementation of Doing Our PARRT lessons Blending with other building SEB focus areas (PBS, school culture, etc.)
Doing Our PARRT assessment data More information to come in this area…..
The Doing Our PARRT lessons are one piece of a larger SEB model in the Cedar Rapids elementary schools.
Support Contact me at any time with questions, concerns, clarification Available as needed to support SEB ARTs Happy to help with curriculum needs, questions, materials Kingston / #402