In this course the instructors (Randy Testa, Ben Kirshner, Emily Price, and Dan Liston) have designed two culminating projects for the Coursera Specialization entitled – “The Teacher and SEL”. The two options include: “A Teacher Implementation Plan”, and “The Cinema, SEL, and the Classroom”.
This course is part of The Teacher and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Specialization
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What you'll learn
Effectively implement social emotional learning programs within their school communities.
Understand and communicate the principles and advantages of social and emotional learning for both students and teachers to their school leadership.
Skills you'll gain
- Category: SEL in Curriculum
- Category: Emotional Engagement
- Category: Social Emotional Learning
- Category: Evaluation
- Category: Teaching and Learning
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There are 4 modules in this course
Here you will learn about the two culminating projects in this Capstone course. You will complete only one of these projects. At the end of this module you will acknowledge your understanding of the requirements of your chosen project.
3 videos4 readings1 quiz
This week you will complete Part 1 of your chosen Capstone Project.
This week you will complete Part 2 of your chosen Capstone Project.
This week you will complete Part 3 of your chosen Capstone Project. Note that after each of this week's assignments there is a locked reading item titled "CU Boulder Graduate Credit Registration Process". Once you submit your chosen final assignment and peer reviews, this reading item will unlock and you will have access to the form required to receive credit for completing the SEL specialization.
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