Strategies to Support Social Emotional Learning at Home: A Webinar for Families

Wednesday, February 17 2021
6:30 - 8 p.m
Contact:
Parent Resource Center 703-204-3941
Free - Registration Required
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The FCPS Parent Resource Center is offering the following free webinar:

Strategies to Support Social Emotional Learning at Home: A Webinar for Families

Register for Strategies to Support Social Emotional Learning at Home: A Webinar for Families

Social and emotional learning starts at home. Parents and families are critical partners in helping their children develop social and emotional know-how. They can model the kinds of skills, attitudes, and behaviors we want all students to master. 

This webinar will highlight:

  • What is social-emotional learning?
  • Strategies to use our children’s behavior and emotion as forms of communication.
  • Strategies to create emotional safety.
  • Strategies to recognizing and supporting personal and family strengths.

Join FCPS Social Worker, Jeanne Veraska & FCPS School Psychologist, Lisa Phifer for this important webinar.

We are limited to 500 participants so register early!

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The FCPS Parent Resource Center is offering the following free webinar:

Strategies to Support Social Emotional Learning at Home: A Webinar for Families

Register for Strategies to Support Social Emotional Learning at Home: A Webinar for Families

Social and emotional learning starts at home. Parents and families are critical partners in helping their children develop social and emotional know-how. They can model the kinds of skills, attitudes, and behaviors we want all students to master. 

This webinar will highlight:

  • What is social-emotional learning?
  • Strategies to use our children’s behavior and emotion as forms of communication.
  • Strategies to create emotional safety.
  • Strategies to recognizing and supporting personal and family strengths.

Join FCPS Social Worker, Jeanne Veraska & FCPS School Psychologist, Lisa Phifer for this important webinar.

We are limited to 500 participants so register early!