11/13/2017 0 Comments
SLO of the Month: Graduates will show a recidivism rate of 25% lower than the state average.
Whether in the community or in-custody, our students have enrolled with Five Keys to turn their lives around. This article offers 3 things you can do to help students maintain healthy lifestyles and support them on their journey to recovery!
1. Incorporate Opportunities for Social Emotional Learning
As our student re-enter, it’s important that we support their social, emotional development so they can respond appropriately in the workplace, at school, and with their families. This can be done by including instruction in the following five areas: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Responsible Decision-Making, and Relationship Skills.
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES
The activities below have all been hand-selected for you and are AWESOME.
If you're short on time, those marked with *** are a good place to start.
2. Teach Core Employability Skills
3. Connect Students to Their Next Destination
Connect students to the idea of college!
Northern California Connections:
Southern California connections:
Interested in joining or forming a plc (Professional Learning Community)?
Contact your Academic Committee teacher representative or principal if you are interested in joining/forming a PLC or Professional Learning Network (PLN) around this SLO.