Bring the SEBL Workshop Series to your school!
Within NeMTSS, social, emotional and behavioral learning (SEBL) specialists at the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools provide evidence-based professional development and implementation support to build educators’ capacity to practice, teach and model SEBL competencies among adults and students to improve school climate, culture and learning.
Our team is excited to offer a new Social, Emotional and Behavioral Learning (SEBL) Workshop Series — and we invite you to participate!
In this five-part series, you will find specially designed professional development for school teams focused on supporting educators’ well-being and meeting the needs of all learners.
The series is delivered in order, but with pacing that meets your school’s needs.
1. SEBL Workshop 1 – Exploration and Planning
2. SEBL Workshop 2 – Adult SEBL
3. SEBL Workshop 3 – Student Core SEBL
4. Refine the SEBL Core – A Facilitated Work Day
5. SEBL Workshop 4 – Student Tiered SEBL
Five SEBL competencies will be discussed in the series:
- Relationship skills
- Social awareness
- Responsible decision-making
Importantly, schools/districts participating in the series will receive ongoing implementation support from the SEBL specialists between workshops and beyond.
If you’d like more information on how to bring the SEBL Workshop Series to your campus, please send us a message or reach out to your regional lead directly. A map of the NeMTSS regions and contact information can be found on our Team page.
For more background on these trainings, we invite you to watch the video below. Nebraska PBIS trainer Heather Robbins provides an overview of the SEBL Workshop Series. She also introduces the SEBL specialists who can work with school districts, along with the NeMTSS regional support leads.