Implementing Social Emotional Learning in Montana Schools
Facilitator: Ryder Delaloye
Developing social and emotional skills builds a foundation for everyone’s success. As schools continue to respond and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the benefits of social emotional learning (SEL) are increasingly advantageous to support schools in their efforts to:
• Address student learning loss
• Manage difficult emotions in both students and school staff
• Reconnect students and families to schools
This community of practice series will guide schools through the process of reviewing, adopting, and implementing SEL. This series is for school leaders who are taking steps to explore SEL implementation and/or strengthening their current SEL programs.
If you have questions regarding this series, please contact Ryder Delaloye (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please visit the OPI’s School Mental Health page to learn more about SEL and to download the Montana SEL Competencies.
How to register: Visit the registration form