The Compassionate Educators Show

Episode 15: Social Emotional Learning (SEL) & The Brain with Kristin Hovious

February 14, 2020 Marie Kueny/Kristin Hovious Season 1 Episode 15
The Compassionate Educators Show
Episode 15: Social Emotional Learning (SEL) & The Brain with Kristin Hovious
Show Notes

Join Marie Kueny, Founder of Compassionate Educators and Kristin Hovious, Owner of SEL Chicago and Certified Trainer at Positive Discipline Association for a deep discussion to bring more social emotional learning (SEL) into your classroom.

We explore:

  • THE BRAIN BOOK, a children's rhyming book to help students learn more about the functions of their brain and how it impacts their BEHAVIORS.
  • Creating intentional mutually respectful RELATIONSHIPS to improve behavior and increase SELF-CARE
  • Why CO-REGULATION is important
  • Establishing SAFETY in the classroom
  • An alternative to punishment

This episode is a GAME-CHANGER!!

Enjoy the show.
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Kristin Hovious (she/her/hers) founded SEL Chicago to support adults in the important, hard work of creating mutually respectful environments for young people with intention. She is currently serving local school districts including Chicago Public Schools, Illinois State University's Chicago Teacher Education programs, and private and parochial schools in Chicagoland. Hovious led Chicago's Cortiva Institute as both Education Director (2007-2008) and Adjunct Faculty Member (2006-2017). Her love of anatomy and the science of human development led her to the work of Social Emotional Learning. Hovious continues to grow in her practice and is pursuing her Master's of Science in Psychology at Indiana Institute of Technology, and has recently authored Our Brain Book, a children’s rhyming book written to support adults and children in the skills of self-regulation.

Resource Links from Kristin:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/neuroscience-of-restorative-practices-tickets-91173122263

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