PEDC 9002 A+ Online Tools for Every Learner: Resources for Social and Emotional Learning
3 Inservice or Graduate Level Credits/ 45 hours Instructor Jessica Corcoran, November 1-30, December 1-30, January 3-30, February 1-28, March 1-30
University of the Pacific
In A+ Online Tools for Every Learner, students will research a variety of different online, digit resources for social and emotional learning. Positive social and emotional development is important to a child’s self-confidence, ability to have empathy, build meaningful relationships with peers and adults, and feel a sense of importance in their community. Students who take this course will be developing a digital guide with 22 resources to utilize within their educational setting. This includes websites, articles, apps, and surveys. Participants in the course can refer back to their digital guide for the research based online tools to implement social and emotional learning within the classroom and be able to share with other professionals in the school community. Student’s can also share ideas and network with peers through the class forum. A final presentation is designated to reflect on social and emotional learning, digit resources, implementation, and takeaways from the course. All participants taking this class will work closely with the instructor to reflect and research the online resources. Google Meet availability is an option and feedback will be given for each assignment.
November 1-30, December 1-30, January 3-30, February 1-28, March 1-30