Watch the Webinar: SEL on Your Shelf: Using Books to Build SEL Skills

Thank you to all who joined us for our most recent webinar, SEL on your Shelf: Using Books to Build SEL Skills featuring guidance on how to select the right book to teach Social and Emotional Learning skills, competencies, and values that will guide our students through academic, social, and emotional development and challenges.

If you missed it live (or just want to watch it again), you can access the webinar below, or here on YouTube. Keep reading for links to resources and booklists shared during the webinar and feel free to reach out for more information and/or a Professional Development certificate.

Discover how to integrate SEL and literacy in your classroom and other relevant settings with bestselling author and SEL interventionist Kelly J. Baptist, author of The Electric Slide and Kai, and renowned board certified Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician, Dr. Adiaha Spinks-Franklin, MD, MPH, FAAP. Come away with new effective and realistic strategies and techniques on how to infuse SEL skills into your literacy block.

Recommended resources:

Toolkit for Building a Diverse Library
Social and Emotional Learning Diverse Reading List
Social and Emotional Learning Collection
Trauma-Informed Diverse Reading List
Trauma-Informed Collection

Purchase the book from the webinar here:

The Electric Slide and Kai

6 thoughts on “Watch the Webinar: SEL on Your Shelf: Using Books to Build SEL Skills”

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