Collecting Social Emotional and Cognitive Data in Authentic Ways
Class Description & Purpose:
This session is designed to give participants an opportunity to understand essential cognitive and social emotional skills and learn how they are embedded into cross-content Colorado Academic Standards. Participants will plan learning opportunities that promote social emotional and cognitive learning. A plan for monitoring and tracking progress of these skills using a formative, authentic approach to data collection will also be created.
Note: Participants may find this session more valuable if they have the ability to collaborate with a colleague and/or team.
Understand Colorado’s Essential Skills, how they align to cognitive and social emotional skills, and learn how these skills are embedded into cross-content standards.
Experience example lessons and see how multiple standards and essential skills can be leveraged to promote balanced learning throughout the instructional day.
Plan daily practices with essential skills and academic standards, embedding informal data collection in the cognitive and social emotional areas to inform student learning.
Integrate essential cognitive and social emotional skills into daily lesson plans.
Plan for how to monitor student progress toward social emotional and cognitive learning using a formative, authentic approach to data collection.
Introductory - Getting started in an area, examples of possible entry points for implementation, foundational components of a practice/strategy, or big picture thinking around a practice/strategy.
Audience: K-12 Teachers
Point of contact for class: firstname.lastname@example.org