The Positive Student Impact of Social-Emotional Learning and Neuroscience-Based Approaches
Presenter: Martha S. Burns, Ph.D.
Length: 60 minutes (50 minutes lecture & 10 minutes Q & A)
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Educators have a powerful effect on the social-emotional development of children.
New research points to Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) approaches that maximize educators’ positive impact on students affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
This presentation will review the new research on the effects of ACEs and environmental stress on brain maturation and learning, then turn attention to the research on Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) associated with positive educational outcomes.
The webinar will conclude with suggestions for the use of individualized instruction combined with technology to build academic skills as well as the confidence to achieve in all students.
About our speaker:
Dr. Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP, F-ASHA
Dr. Martha S. Burns has been a practicing speech language pathologist in the Chicago area for over 40 years. She serves on the Faculty of Northwestern University, department of communication sciences and disorders, and has been a consultant to The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago for 35 years. Dr. Burns is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and has received honors from Northwestern University, Evanston Hospital Corporation, the American Speech Language Hearing Foundation and St. Xavier University.
Dr. Burns has authored 3 books and over 100 book chapters and articles. Doody’s Rating Service selected her book on the Right Hemisphere published through Aspen Press as one of the best health sciences books of 1997. In addition to that book, Dr. Burns is the author of a book on aphasia and the test Burns Brief Inventory of Communication and Cognition published by The Psychological Corporation.