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2018 Social Emotional Learning Summit

2018 Social Emotional Learning Summit

Building Resilience & Social Emotional Expertise in Schools


NWESD, Anacortes | December 3-4, 2018

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) has proven to positively affect a broad range of behavioral, academic and social outcomes in students. Join us at the NWESD’s Social & Emotional Learning Summit 2018, designed to offer a variety of impactful, high-quality professional learning opportunities for administrators, teachers, counselors and educational staff who work with, and on behalf of all children.

Keynote Speakers

Day 1: Dr. Jean Clinton
“Connection is the Key” Jean Clinton
The importance of Adult/Child relationships, brain development, and student well-being.




Day 2: Mona Johnson, OSPI
“Fostering Professional Resilience and Social Emotional Wellness”






Breakout sessions include:

  • Social & Emotional Needs for Highly Mobile Students (The NWESD Migrant Team)
  • TPOT (Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool) (Karma Hugo, OSPI & Lara Cole, NWESD)
  • Mindful Schools: Why Mindfulness is needed in Education (Charlene Ray)
  • RULER – Teaching the Skills of Emotional Intelligence (KC Knudsen)
  • National Blue Ribbon School – Weiner Elementary School (Pam Hogue – Arkansas)
  • Restorative Practices 101 (Jeannette Siemers – Monroe School District)
  • Character Strong (Stephanie Clark – Shoreline School District)
  • PAX Good Behavior Game (Tracey Franke – Darrington)
  • Early Learning Modules (Jean Clinton, Sarah Southard, Nicole Mortimer, Lyndie Case)
  • PATHS – Comprehensive Curriculum (Josh Webb)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) (Josh Webb)