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The intersectionality of race, socioeconomics, and learning disabilities presents unique challenges for today’s educators. In this edWeb podcast, we explore the essential connection between fostering social and emotional skills and embracing neurodiversity. With a specific focus on students with learning differences like dyslexia, ADD, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, we discuss why it’s pivotal to reimagine SEL approaches to cater to their individual strengths and challenges.
Led by experts in the fields of education and psychology, this session uncovers the latest insights shedding light on the importance of adapting SEL strategies to support diverse learners effectively. From theory to practice, you gain actionable insights on creating an inclusive classroom environment that promotes emotional well-being, self-awareness, and positive relationships for all students.
This edWeb podcast is of interest to elementary and middle school teachers, school and district leaders, school counselors, social workers, and psychologists, and those involved with special education, SEL, and DEI.SuperDville, Inc.
A Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum designed to empower 7-13-year-olds with learning differences
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