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SEL Competencies: What They Are, and How to Assess and Address Them—Part 5: Self-Awareness - Shared screen with speaker view
Angela Nichols
22:45
Angie Nichols, TBAISD Traverse City, Michigan
Carrie Wadas
22:54
I'm Carrie Wadas from Northport Michigan. It is a beautiful day today. The sun is out!
Ryan Maas
22:55
Ryan Maas, TBAISD
Sheri Conner
22:55
Sheri Conner, School Social Worker, TBAISD
Paige Kennedy
23:00
Hello, Paige Kennedy with The Opportunity Project (OST Intermediary) in Tulsa, OK
M. J. Scales
23:10
M. J. Scales, Univ of Delaware
Amy Smith
23:19
Amy Smith, TBAISD
Rebecca Kik
23:34
Becky Kik, Kalkaska Public Schools, Michigan
shara houlberg
23:39
Shara Houlberg, TBAISD
Angela Nichols
24:55
Kevin Malbouef, Kalkaska Middle School
Tracy Hobbs
25:50
Tracy Hobbs. School Psychologist at TBAISD
Ryan Maas
27:10
Hi Everybody!
Shannon McQuesten
27:46
Hi from Michigan!
Catherine Kaplan
36:07
Catherine Kaplan, Concord NH
Carrie Wadas
52:39
yes
Amy branco
52:49
yes
Carrie Wadas
52:53
I am only seeing my comments on the board
Megan Reese
53:25
mine is currently working. I know that doesn't help you though
Rebecca Fitzmaurice
01:01:35
Thank you for much for joining us. Registration for next week's Webinar as well as archives of the previous parts in the series are available here: https://xsel-labs.com/resources/webinars
Sheri Conner
01:03:15
I would like to hear examples from teachers who have begun teaching SEL and how it is going for them
Carrie Wadas
01:03:34
SEL in low income kids
Megan Reese
01:03:51
I would like to hear from High School Staff on how SEL is used when the students change environments hourly
Annette Jefferson
01:04:01
How behavior disorders relate to self emotions
Carrie Wadas
01:04:12
I am still seeing only my comments.
Carrie Wadas
01:13:51
Thank You
Shannon McQuesten
01:14:05
Thank you!