Current Course Schedule

Normalizing Vulnerability in Class Strategies 2 Inspire Child Take Social Emotional Academic Risks

Children who have learned to normalize vulnerability operate with resilience, confidence, and a growth mindset. This workshop outlines how games, work-sharing protocols, connection circles, and other techniques can inspire children to share openly with—and support—one another. A digital folder of practical resources will be shared with you after each session.
  • Course Number
    TEWS851N
  • Focus On
    Grades K - 8
  • Category
    Childhood / Elementary School, Online
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $195 4.0 CTLE or 0.4 CEU

Sections

Fall 2021

  • Section 1:
    • Lily Scott
      Lily Scott
      started her career as a teaching artist and has worked with children as a 1st-5th grade classroom teacher in both private and public schools. She is particularly interested in designing curriculum that weaves together social, emotional, and academic learning, and she has led professional development workshops on increasing student agency through creative drama and helping children explore and empathize with varied perspectives. Her writing about the importance of a child-centered, holistic approach to teaching and learning has been published in The Washington Post, and she is currently writing a book about how to help students cultivate emotional literacy through language arts instruction. Howard Scott holds a MS in Elementary Education and Literacy from Bank Street College. Her BS from Northwestern University is in Theater and History.