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Wednesday, July 17 • 2:10pm - 3:30pm
Exploring the Kansans Can Competencies: Self-Regulation, Assertiveness and Self-Efficacy

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Participants will explore the Kansans Can Competency Framework, and then focus on one of three competencies (i.e., self-regulation, assertiveness and self-efficacy) for self-assessment, building knowledge and planning instruction. Aligned with the Social-Emotional Character Development (SECD) Standards, these competencies can be taught, practiced and reinforced in every classroom, Pre-K through 12. Throughout this 80-minute segment, participants will complete a set of small group activities where they reflect on current instruction/practice, learn foundational concepts and instructional practices, and then plan instruction and practice in various classroom settings. Participants will leave with a clear understanding of how readily available tools and resources can be utilized for embedding SEL in daily instruction.


Elise Heger

Associate Researcher - Center for Research on Learning
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Patricia Noonan

Associate Research ProfessorUniversity of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning/Special Education

Wednesday July 17, 2019 2:10pm - 3:30pm CDT
Chandler Hall - Room 402