Social Emotional Learning allows our scholars to grow socially and emotionally, so they can manage conflict, themselves and develop coping skills.  By learning these strategies, our scholars will also boost their academic achievement through focus and goal setting.  Our fall sessions just concluded and we discussed conflict resolution and coping skills. Our next sessions begin Jan 13th and focus on Self-Control.  Be sure to join us for our parent workshop and SEL scholar presentations on Jan 28th at 4:15pm.  The presentation will be uploaded following the session to our website.


Brought to you by the SES Social Emotional Learning Team:

Alexandra Mitchell, Assistant Principal

Gwendolyn Ferrell, Dean of Students

Carrie Adkins, SEL Teacher/Coordinator

Tameka Singh, Prevention and Intervention Specialist


Self-Control Resources:

Self Regulation in Young Children - 

11 Tips for Teaching your Child Self Control


 
Coping Skills - Resource Site
http://copingskills4kids.net/

15 Coping Skills for Kids

https://www.verywellfamily.com/coping-skills-for-kids-4586871

How to be a Coping Coach for Your Child

http://copingskills4kids.net/uploads/How_to_Be_a_coping_coach.pdf

December 19 Parent Workshop
Coping Skills.pptx

Conflict Resolution: How to Teach Kids to Manage Conflict Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGSf9dVUsk4

Conflict Resolution PodCast and Student Friendly Wheel

https://sunshine-parenting.com/5-steps-to-help-kids-resolve-conflicts/

 

Focus on the Family - Its a Family Affair

https://www.focusonthefamily.com/parenting/conflict-resolution-skills-for-kids/

SES Parent Presentation from 11/7 : Sims SEL Conflict Resolution Presentation.mov