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Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child: Where UDL & SEL Intersect

An on-demand webinar with Novak Education.

Being "book-smart" or good at test taking are rarely the best markers of success. Our students must know how to collaborate, communicate, problem solve and think critically in order to thrive in the workplace. When learners are self-aware and able to identify and regulate their emotions, and when they can work well independently or with peers, they can tap into parts of their brain that may otherwise be shut off to learning. In a nutshell, all learning is social and emotional.

In this previously recorded session, Lisa Bosio from Novak Education explores how to create an environment that fosters social, emotional, behavioral, and academic growth using both Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in your learning environment.

Topics covered include: 

  • Review and explore the UDL guidelines and connections to social emotional learning
  • Dive into the CASEL core competencies and intersect with the UDL guidelines
  • Explore how to create lessons, activities and assignments that integrate UDL and SEL
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About the Speaker

Lisa Bosio, M.Ed, has been a passionate educator for over 20 years with one goal: to equip and empower teachers to invest in and impact the whole child, academically, behaviorally, socially, and emotionally. Lisa has extensive experience as a classroom teacher, master teacher, and district instructional coach. Lisa has designed and delivered district, county and statewide professional development on student engagement, how to create a supportive SEL classroom so all students can thrive, trauma-informed teaching, anti-bullying school-wide support, fostering academic conversations, based on Stanford University’s work on Language Learners, and the implementation of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Lisa thrives on long-term professional development relationships and fostering growth in teachers as they optimize the outcomes of all their students.