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SEL Tips for New Teachers: Surviving the Socio-Emotional Impact of the 1st Five Years of Teaching

Saturday, February 27, 2021 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Join us for SEL Tips for New Teachers: Surviving the Socio-Emotional Impact of the 1st Five Years of Teaching, as part of UCF's Literacy Symposium Express series. 

To support the needs of PreK-12 educators during this unprecedented time, the UCF Literacy Symposium is offering an Express virtual event on Literacy Engagement and Socio-Emotional Learning for educators, parents, literacy friends, and advocates. This series of timely, live, interactive, and professional learning sessions will be offered virtually each month for free to registered participants.

Space is limited, so register to attend

Session Description: This presentation will provide participants with the opportunity to explore strategies to cope with the socioemotional impact of being a new educator in today’s educational contexts. (Audience: Grades PreK-12)

Presenter(s)

Deanna Ferrante, Seminole County Public Schools, High School Teacher

See Event Flyer here. 

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Contact:

Vicky Zygouris-Coe LitSymposium@ucf.edu

Calendar:

College of Community Innovation and Education

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Workshop/Conference

Tags:

Education Literacy Symposium literacy development Teacher Education