SEE Learning: 5 Introductory Sessions - Session 4


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Social, Emotional, and Ethical (SEE) Learning is an innovative K-12 education program developed by Emory University.

SEE Learning™ provides educators with the tools they need to foster the development of emotional, social, and ethical intelligence for students and themselves.

SEE Learning™ represents the state of the art in education by enhancing SEL programming with key additional components, including:

  • attention training
  • compassion and ethical discernment
  • systems thinking
  • resilience and trauma-informed practice

This program provides educators with a developmentally-staged curriculum consisting of easy-to-implement lessons, the conceptual framework used to design the curriculum, and resources for educator preparation and development. SEE Learning empowers students to engage ethically as part of a global community and provides educators with the tools to support student well-being.

This introductory program is free and will be followed by a Train-the-trainer program which will start in November 2023 and continue through May 2024.  Participating in this program will lead to a certificate.

Session 4
Integrating Awareness and Compassion into Restorative Practices

Wednesday, May 10th @ 4:30-5:30pm EST - 1:30-3:30pm PDT (North and South America)
Thursday, May 11th @ 8:30-9:30am EST (Europe/Africa/Asia)


Restorative practices are considered to be the best way to manage and address behavioral and discipline-related issues. Through restorative practice relationships can be restored and the harm that occurred can be meaningfully addressed. In order to bring restorative practices to schools both awareness and compassion are needed on the part of students and the educators. This session provides strategies for developing mindful dialogue, interpersonal awareness, the recognition of common humanity and compassion for others in order to better deal with behavioral and discipline-related issues.



May 10th, 2023 from  1:30 PM to  3:30 PM
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