Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning (S.E.A.L.) to Boost Achievement, Behavior, and Culture

Type:     Virtual (a link will be sent closer to the date of the event)
Date:     September 14, 2022
Time:     12:30am-3:30pm

Fee:      Free thanks to the Dogwood Trust Grant (See registration restrictions under "Audience")

Audience: Teachers, Counselors, School Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, and other Education 
          ***NOTE: Due to Grant Requirements, only WRESA members and Burke County staff

CEUs:     3 Contact hours
Limit:    Unlimited Number of Participants

This informative, interactive, and highly-engaging session will explore the research that supports the importance of SEAL – Social, Emotional, and Academic practices in educators’ personal and professional development. Participants will l​earn how to implement SEAL strategies and build skills to use in the classrooms to actively engage students and prepare them to be successful in school, college, career, and life. Tools such as neuroscience, mindfulness, mindset, belonging, cultivating kindness, empathy, and compassion will be reviewed, and emphasis placed on how they play a critical role in building social, emotional, and academic skills while also enhancing school climate and culture. Dr. Hood is the Executive Operating Officer of Thriving YOUniversity. She has been a Teacher of the Year, Principal of the Year and National Presenter. Questions? Contact Carol Douglas at