• HTLC is offering a new workshop-based 12 credit pathway to the Social and Emotional Learning micro-credential.
  • Most workshops will be one entire Saturday or two half-day Saturdays, in either in-person, Zoom, or hybrid formats.
  • Southern Oregon University students may register for one academic credit at 60$ per workshop.
  • Local and international community can register for professional development for free and certificates are available.
  • You may register for any workshop. The Center is developing more diverse credit options.

CURRENT FALL TERM OFFERINGS

SEL: Connecting the DotsSEL: Self-AwarenessSEL: Self-Management
Date: Saturday, September 28th
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:20 p.m.
Location: EP 195 or via Zoom
Host: Michele Pavilionis
Description:
“Exploring Various Cultural Models of Social & Emotional Learning”

Students: one-credit ED 399 workshop (CRN 1836)/ ED 500 workshop (CRN 1837)
Community Members: Click Here!
Date: Saturday, October 12th
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:20 p.m.
Location: EP 256
Host: Roni Adams & Michele Pavilionis
Description:
“This workshop provides an experiential examination of personal and professional
identities and supports the development of dispositions that demonstrate respect for diverse cultures and contexts.”

Students: one-credit ED 399 workshop (CRN 1838)/ ED 500 workshop (CRN 1839)
Community Members: Click Here!
Date: Saturday, November 16th
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:20 p.m.
Location: TBD; In-Person only
Host: Roni Adams & Michele Pavilionis
Description:
“This workshop addresses competencies and skills involved in regulating emotions, fostering
agency, and setting personal and professional goals.”

Students: one-credit ED 399 workshop (CRN 1840)/ ED 500 workshop (CRN 1841)
Community Members: Click Here!

PATHWAYS FOR REGISTRATION

Option 1: HTLC Local and Global Community Members:

  • To honor and support your interest in holistic approaches in teaching and learning, you are welcome to attend any of the workshops for free!
  • To attend free, simply fill out the GoogleForm links above after workshop description.
  • Upon completion, attendees may request an e-certificate of attendance that might be useful to document professional development hours.
  • After registering by either option you will be contacted by the instructor 1-day prior to the workshop with the Zoom link and passcode.

(We are planning on some credit options for non-SOU students in the near future; thank you for your patience).

Option 2: Local or On-Line SOU Students:

  • If you wish to earn SOU academic credit in order to apply workshops toward the micro-credential or a degree program, the tuition cost is $60 (USD) for each of these 1-credit workshops.
  • To register, find the correct 399 title on course schedule
  • Or, reference above to find the CRN.