Developing Emotional Resiliency in the Classroom
About the Course
Do you observe students who cannot deal with their emotions? Are they in constant struggle with their friends? Do they fall victim to situations frequently? Do you have parents who hover and rescue? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this course is for you! There is currently a mental health crisis with our youth today and the pressure is on teachers to support our students, but most of us do not know how to. In this course teachers will actively participate in online learning to develop an understanding of emotional resiliency and how to empower students by nurturing those resiliency skills through the use of 4 ingredients. This course is comprehensible and offers skills you can use immediately.
- Brave Teaching: Bringing Emotional-Resiliency from the Wilderness to the Classroom by Krissy Pozatek and Sarah Love
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Teachers will be able to identify the differences of punishment and accountability, and apply an accurate accountability system in the classroom.
- Teachers will explain how social and emotional development increase student resiliency using the 4 ingredients.
- Teacher will analyze, create, and apply activities that create a classroom of safety.
Sarah Love is in her 14th year as a teacher, and currently a 3rd grade teacher at Black Forest Hills Elementary, where she has been teaching for the last 7 years. She has earned a masters degree in special education, and is studying for her principal licensure at Regis University. Sarah is a published author, coauthoring the book, Brave Teaching. She has a continued commitment to help other educators by facilitating a course through Copilot on developing emotional resiliency in the classroom. Sarah has a passion for racial equity and continues her journey with this work in her district. Sarah also serves as a lab host through PEBC, opening up her classroom for teachers as learners. She comes with an expertise in classroom management and student engagement.