CritterKin, Kids and SEL
Questions for the Chat are Below
CritterKin is hosting a Twitter chat as part of this year’s EdCampGlobal entitled, “CritterKin, Kids and Social Emotional Learning.” To access the chat, type in the hashtag #CKSEL into the search bar on Twitter and you will be taken to the live feed. We will hope to see you at 6:00 am on August 1st. Questions for the chat are below:
Welcome! Today’s topic focuses on how CritterKin (animal family) can be used to foster emotional literacy skills (SEL). #CKSEL
Introductions: Please share your name, location & 1 thing your CritterKin (animal family) has taught you about SEL. #CKSEL
Q1: SEL is often described as teaching “soft skills.” Are soft skills less important than traditional ones? #CKSEL
Q2: How can cultivating empathy, compassion & kindness contribute 2 enhanced academic & cognitive performance? #CKSEL
Q3: CritterKin uses stories told from dogs’ view 2 explore human behavior. What’re advantages 2 this approach? #CKSEL
Q4: How can story-driven PBL be used to reinforce SEL and empower students to have a voice in the world?#CKSEL
Q5: A central CritterKin theme is that no one is perfect & one size does not fit all? How can we reinforce this in the classroom?
Q6: Share some examples of ways you have brought Social Emotional Learning into your classroom.
Challenge: Give your students a chance to experience SEL with others around the world. Sign up for #NPHCBlogIt www.NPHCBlogIt.com