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 Teaching Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competencies in Any Classroom (Tri-State Webinar Series)

Skills that Matter: Teaching Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competencies in Any Classroom (Tri-State Webinar Series)

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

On-Demand format. Skills that Matter: Teaching Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competencies in Any Classroom (Tri-State Webinar Series)
On-Demand format

Originally aired January 31, 2018
Presenter  Amy Gaumer Erickson, Ph.D.

 

Learner Objectives

After viewing this webinar participants will:

  1. Explain the College and Career Competency Framework to a colleague.
  2. Describe the College and Career Competency Implementation Roadmap.
  3. Have started to explore outcomes and instructional strategies to teach and provide opportunities for students to practice specific competencies.
  4. Know how to access a plethora of free resources on interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies.

 

 

Study Questions

  1. Thinking about your personal career path, which 3 competencies had the greatest impact?
  2. Which competencies would you like your students to further develop?
  3. Which competencies make a good leader?
  4. In reference to the research conclusions – which outcomes did you expect and which ones are you surprised to see?
  5. Practice synthesizing –jot down a few key points regarding how the competencies on the wheel were identified and why these competencies are important.
  6. Could a 20-minute lesson on assertiveness address all six instructional criteria? Why or why not.
  7. Per the competency questionnaire, students rate themselves the lowest at PLANNING. Why do you think planning is the lowest?
  8. Out of the top 10 outcomes for self-regulation, which outcome would you like to see improve in your students and why?
  9. What would you like your students to self-regulate?
  10. Share (or write) how you currently support students to self-regulate and what you’re going to do in the future to expand instruction and practice in self-regulation.
  11. If students were to be able to be assertive, what other competencies might this impact and why?
  12. Share (or write) how you currently support students to be assertive and what you’re going to do in the future to expand instruction and practice of assertiveness.
  13. What is your definition of learning?
  14. Which domain focuses on capacities related to cooperation and interaction with others?
  15. Which domain focuses on internal, reflective capacities?
  16. To make it on the wheel, what is one requirement of a competency?
  17. Why is facilitating practice on all components of a competency so important?
  18. Who is responsible for helping students develop intrapersonal and interpersonal competencies?

Directions

Email Jennifer House the following information:

  1. The Title of the Webinar
  2. Your Full Name
  3. Your Email Address
  4. Your School District
  5. Your Role (Teacher, para, SLP, etc.)
  6. Your answer(s) to the above study questions
    (type each question and add your answer below it)

Contact Information

Amanda Timmerman
timmerman_a@cde.state.co.us
303-866-6969

Certificate

Once you have completed the requirements of this webinar, you will be sent your certificate (approximately 60 minutes of Professional Development Hours)

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