Routines and Rituals to Foster a Caring and Equitable Classroom Community Grounded in Social and Emotional Learning

How do routines and rituals foster a caring and equitable classroom community? Join us for practical strategies you can implement in your classroom today. In this session you will have the opportunity to learn, share, and connect with fellow colleagues.*

 

*Please note that this is a repeat session from the February 25th Focus Day

Target Audience

Elementary

To Bring/Important Notes

We kindly ask that participants bring a notebook/paper and a writing tool to our session.

Sessions

10:50 AM - 2:30 PM

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Presenters

  • Surrey School District - Priority Practices
    Jennifer Boudreau

    Jennifer is Social Emotional Learning Advocate with the Surrey School District. Here, Jennifer supports teachers and schools with schoolwide Social and Emotional learning. She has a masters of Education from SFU, with a focus on Responsive Curriculum. Jennifer has been a classroom teacher for over ten years, spending most of her time teaching within the primary grades. Relationships have been and continue to be a key to Jennifer’s work with children and adults.

  • Surrey Schools - Priority Practices
    Sarah Dekerf

    Sarah is a Social and Emotional Learning Advocate with the Surrey School District. Sarah supports teachers and schools with schoolwide Social and Emotional Learning. She has taught in elementary schools throughout the district, and is currently working on a Master’s of Education in Contemplative Practices at SFU. Sarah is passionate about mental and physical well-being, and enjoys running, yoga, and being outdoors.