ClassCast Podcast

Clip 035.2 -- Sara Potler LaHayne -- Teachers' Roles in Social-Emotional Learning & Move This World

July 23, 2020 Ryan Tibbens Season 2 Episode 35
ClassCast Podcast
Clip 035.2 -- Sara Potler LaHayne -- Teachers' Roles in Social-Emotional Learning & Move This World
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ClassCast Podcast
Clip 035.2 -- Sara Potler LaHayne -- Teachers' Roles in Social-Emotional Learning & Move This World
Jul 23, 2020 Season 2 Episode 35
Ryan Tibbens

In this clip from ClassCast Podcast Ep.035, the CEO & founder of Move This World, Sara Potler LaHayne, explains the roles teachers play in the Move This World program and in social-emotional learning (SEL) in general. Sara points out how teachers must engage in the regular practice to maximize the benefits for the students and themselves; however, because of Move This World's production quality and micro-lesson structure, teachers have to do zero planning. Teacher feedback and buy-in are essential for most student support programs to be successful, and Sara does everything she can to address teachers' needs and increase their participation.  If you want to learn more about SEL and teachers' involvement in that education, don't miss this clip. 

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Show Notes

In this clip from ClassCast Podcast Ep.035, the CEO & founder of Move This World, Sara Potler LaHayne, explains the roles teachers play in the Move This World program and in social-emotional learning (SEL) in general. Sara points out how teachers must engage in the regular practice to maximize the benefits for the students and themselves; however, because of Move This World's production quality and micro-lesson structure, teachers have to do zero planning. Teacher feedback and buy-in are essential for most student support programs to be successful, and Sara does everything she can to address teachers' needs and increase their participation.  If you want to learn more about SEL and teachers' involvement in that education, don't miss this clip. 

Be sure to like, subscribe, follow, share, and comment wherever you get your podcasts! 

Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)