Looking for a research-based digital tool to help support students’ social and emotional well-being?
Come see Kikori first-hand with co-founder Bryn Lottig, who will guide you through the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics and apply it to the educational setting by aligning it with CASEL’s Social-Emotional Learning Framework.
Throughout the session, participants will approach this model through an experiential lens using a sequence of interactive activities from Kikori as the practical application of the model. We’ll then close the experiential learning cycle with a reflection and debrief of the specific Kikori activities and tools educators can use immediately in their practice.
After this session, attendees will be able to:
- List the features of Comfort Zone Theory and the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics
- Apply the models to a sequence of engaging classroom activities
- Use the models when planning and implementing activities in the classroom
Illinois educators who attend live can earn 1.0 PD credit.