Social-Emotional Learning Skills for Little Learners
During this multi-day class, little learners will work on increasing their knowledge of various social-emotional learning skills.
Ms. Sheera (she/her)
250 total reviews for this teacher
4 reviews for this class
Completed by 17 learners
learners per class
$11 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 8 weeks
30 minutes per class
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Social-emotional skill learning in early childhood helps children better deal with their big feelings, relate better to others, and support positive decision-making strategies. Using songs, crafts, books, and games, and discussions, this ongoing class will explore various social skills each week to support the ongoing development of skills. All classes are fun and engaging. Learner to learner interaction is encouraged to continue to support emerging social skills. Skill development areas...
Young learners will continue to explore and develop their positive social skills in fun and engaging ways and within a caring and supportive environment.
Ms. Sheera has a 4 year Bachelor of Arts Degree in Child and Youth Care and a 3-year college Diploma in Child and Youth Work. She has been creating and facilitating emotional regulation groups for over 20 years in numerous environments, such as in schools, group home facilities and community centres; and with a variety of children and youth (i.e. children and youth with ASD, ADHD, OD, CD, anxiety diagnoses, as well as neurotypical children and youth). Ms. Sheera has the following training certifications and continuously participates in professional learning opportunities: - Solution-Focused Therapy - Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) certification - Mental Health First Aid certification - Understanding and Intervening in the Cycle of Youth Violence training - Single Sessions Counselling certification - Courageous Conversations, Confronting Racial Discrimination and Anti-Black Racism (monthly ongoing opportunity) - Indigenous Perspectives on Mental Health and Trauma training sessions Ms. Sheera is also a Professional Member of the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care. Ms. Sheera is a neurodivergent educator with an ADHD diagnosis.
No homework will be assigned but it is encouraged that learners review the material discussed in class.
*A specific list of materials will be posted in the classroom at least 48 hours prior to class commencing. Not all materials listed here will be required each week* - printer - print outs (to be uploaded to the classroom by the teacher) - writing/drawing utensils - glue - paper
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Scissors may be used for a craft activity. Adult support may be required.
Ms. Sheera (she/her)
Empowering young learners to thrive: ADHD and executive functioning skills expert
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
250 total reviews
361 completed classes
Welcome! I am thrilled you're here! As an educator with over 24 years of experience working with young people, I am deeply committed to supporting children and youth's mental health, well-being, and life skills. My heart is full when I see young...