THURSDAY, JAN 1, 1970

12:00 AM

Bolstering Learning through Building Social-Emotional Competencies and Family School Partnership
The course will offer an in-depth look at the dynamics between family-school relationships, social-emotional skill-building and children’s success in school and in life. Research linking academic success to these two areas will be highlighted, including current perspectives on how social-emotional skill-building and common core standards align. In additions, this course will discuss how social-emotional development can become derailed, and what professionals can do to help students get “on track”. Professionals will come away with a deeper conceptual framework as well as practical techniques to apply in their work with children. The course consists of 6 sessions and will be held every third Tuesday, starting January 24, 2017 and ending on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The course will be held at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, 936 Broadway, 3rd floor. Registration fee is $650. Each participant will receive one copy of Competent Kids, Caring Communities' Family-School Collaboration Manual. Social workers can receive up to 18 Contact Hours (CEU’s) for NYS. For further information and to register, please click here http://www.ackerman.org/bolstering-learning-through-building-social-emotional-capacities-and-family-school-partnerships-2017/
WHERE:

Ackerman Institute for the Family, 936 Broadway, 3rd floor

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Arlean Wells

212-879-4900x330

COST:

$650

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