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TREC Webinar: Social Emotional Learning

01:31:00

May 19, 2020 02:45 PM

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Speakers

Elizabeth Pope
Assistant Professor of Practice @Department of Educational Psychology
Elizabeth Pope is a former elementary general education and special education resource classroom teacher and a graduate of the University of Arizona’s, Educational Psychology Ph.D. program. As an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Arizona, I work primarily with undergraduate students teaching the Childhood and Adolescent Development and Psychological Measurements in Education courses. My research focuses on teacher-student relationships and understanding student experiences of failure with the goal of creating interventions that will result in healthy, successful experiences for all learners.
Moses Thompson
Associate Director @UArizona Community and School Garden Program
Using school gardens as a therapeutic tool, Moses launched the nationally recognized Manzo Elementary School Garden Program. Moses is trained in K-12 school counseling and is currently an associate director of the UArizona Community and School Garden Program.
Candy Kennelly
Preschool Teacher @Wings on Words
Candy Kennelly earned a B.A.S in Early Childhood, College of Education at Northern Arizona University. She served as the Pima Community College Student Representative as a member of the Governing Board for the Southern Arizona Association for the Education of Young Children (SAzAEYC) where she organized the first Early Childhood Education Club. She has been a member of SAzAEYC throughout her career. Currently, Candy is involved in advocating health and wellness education through tai chi and yoga practices as well as other wellness modalities in her preschool classroom and throughout the Tucson community. In 2016, Candy co-produced an educational video to inspire teachers to teach wellness education in their own classrooms. She has been a Pre-K teacher for over 20 years.