Join us for SEL & Equity: Creating Community at the 2020 National Social and Emotional Learning Conference
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. devoted his life to creating the Beloved Community — uplifting non-violent practices, educating, training and inspiring a generation of young leaders; and tirelessly advocating for equality and justice. By doing so, he showed us the path to a society that maximizes empathy, compassion and love; one that also leads to health and well-being.
Today’s social and emotional learning movement embraces many of these transformational principles. At the 2020 National SEL Conference in Baltimore May 18-20, we will highlight leaders who are furthering the values of the Beloved Community in their work.
You’ll hear from Dena Simmons, assistant director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. She is a leading voice on teacher education and has spoken across the country about social justice pedagogy, diversity, education reform and bullying in K-12 school settings — all in an effort to ensure and foster justice and safe spaces for all.
Thanks to powerful conference speakers, like Simmons, attendees will have the opportunity to gain deep insight and practical tools and resources to support student success. Whether your focus is education, afterschool learning, prevention, health, juvenile justice, higher education, or something similar, this is your chance to collaborate on effective strategies to implement SEL across the environments and communities where children and youth learn and grow.
VIP pricing. Don’t miss this chance to lock in our lowest registration rate! You select workshops when registering, which means early birds get the lowest rate AND first pick of breakout sessions. Don’t delay! VIP pricing ends February 29.
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Join us in Baltimore, May 18-20 for #SELConf2020!