The Neuroscience of Belonging (Abbreviated Session) | Newberry

The Neuroscience of Belonging (Abbreviated Session)

Monday, November 1, 2021

3:30-5pm

Virtual

Kristin Hovious, SEL Chicago
Newberry Teachers' Consortium

Humans are social creatures and the brain is a social organ. In this workshop, we will explore the neuroscience behind belonging, and how we can use these intellectual concepts to create actionable strategies for modeling and teaching self-regulation in your classroom. This virtual workshop will also introduce participants to the tools of Authoritative Leadership to increase practitioner fidelity for centering dignity and belonging in any classroom community. (These concepts will be explored more in-depth at a 3-hr. seminar with Ms. Hovious in February ’22.)

Cost and Registration Information 

Registration for all NTC seminars opens Friday, September 10, 2021 at 8 a.m. (Central Time). Registration instructions and pricing information can be found here. Once open, registration for this seminar will be available through this link. For more information about NTC purchases, please contact Cate Harriman, Teacher & Student Programs Coordinator, at harrimanc@newberry.org.

A link to the assigned pre-readings for the seminars, as well as instructions for accessing virtual seminars, will be distributed to participants via email.

If you believe you are registered for this seminar but have not received an email confirmation or reminder, please contact Teacher Programs staff at teacherprograms@newberry.org.