PASE Presents! Social and Emotional Learning: Working with the Developmental Assets

Partnership for After School Education (PASE)(view reviews)

Thursday, August 3, 2017, 10:00am - 11:30am

Training Location:

PASE 120 Broadway - Suite 230
New York, NY, 10271

Borough:

Manhattan

Cost:

Free

Age Groups:

5-11, 11-14

Type:

Training, workshop, or forum (in-person)

Training Audience:

Site Coordinator/Program Director, Supervisor, Senior Management

College Credit:

No

Minimum Education:

None

Fulfills New York State School Age Child Care SACC Training Requirement(s):

No

NYS Credentialed Trainer:

No

Verified Trainer:

No

Content Specialist:

No

Description:

PASE Presents! Social and Emotional Learning: Working with the Developmental Assets

This is a PASE Presents presentation by GOAL - Giving Open Access to Learning, a New York City based nonprofit program established in 2003 to provide structured educational and motivational programs that help children from under-served communities.

How GOAL is special: We seek to identify the students in their East Harlem community who need us most and then support the most creative teachers in their own schools to design curriculum that the teachers are passionate about as they present it in small groups with much attention to individual student needs.

This student-centered after-school program, housed at P.S./I.S. 171 and P.S./M.S. 108 in East Harlem, serves over 100 students in grades three through eight during the regular school year, Tuesday through Thursday and on Saturday. GOAL programming represents an early intervention strategy to help under-served children succeed in school so they will have more opportunities to determine the quality of their lives and to make meaningful contributions to their communities. An important direct program benefit is the establishment of a pattern of successful student behavior in primary school that, in turn, has been shown to correlate to the increased probability of success in succeeding school years.

Our program curriculum integrates technology, project-based learning and real-world experiences to expose students to a world of opportunities otherwise not available to them. Our program methodology is aligned with the Search Institute’s framework of Developmental Assets, emphasizing social and emotional learning. Program attributes include strong school and parental support, expert teachers, a committed board of directors, and impressive feedback by means of screening and evaluation instruments designed especially for GOAL.

Coffee/tea provided. 
Participants will receive certificates upon completion of the training

Presenter: Adam Rabinovitch, Executive Director; Marina Vuksevic, Program Director

Audience: Executive Management, Multi-Site Director, Supervisor (Program or Site) (Elementary, Middle)

Registration opens: July 17, 2017