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When Neuroscience and Emotional Intelligence Collide
Monday, November 22, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Presented by Bryn Lottig, Co-Founder, Kikori
Moderated by Kendra Bostick, CEO and Co-Founder, Kikori
Sponsored by Kikori
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During this edWebinar, we examine the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics and apply it to the educational setting by aligning it with CASEL’s Social-Emotional Learning Framework. We approach this model through an experiential lens, using a sequence of interactive activities as the practical application of the model, then reflecting on the sequence and mapping the model to the experience participants had during the activities.
The edWebinar ends with reflection, completing the experiential learning cycle. This approach demonstrates the foundations of experiential learning, while offering specific activities and tools educators can use immediately in their practice.
After this session, viewers will be able to:
- List the features of Comfort Zone Theory and the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics
- Apply the models to a sequence of activities
- Use the models when planning and implementing activities in the classroom
This recorded edWebinar is of interest to teachers, school and district leaders, education technology leaders, school counselors, and social workers of the PreK-12 and higher education levels.
About the Presenter
Bryn Lottig is the co-founder of Kikori, an app for educators that aligns experiential education activities with teaching and social-emotional standards. Bryn is a sought-after expert in experiential education and an adventure program coordinator at Arbor Vitae-Woodruff, an Expeditionary Learning School. She received her master’s degree in adventure-based experiential education from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Although she has over two decades of experience working with youth, she really refined her facilitation skills by working in the Leadership Program at Camp Manito-Wish YMCA for the last 12 years. She lives with her husband and two children in Northern Wisconsin.
About the Moderator
Kendra Bostick is the CEO and co-founder of Kikori, a social impact company that is democratizing access to experiential activities proven to increase learner engagement, sense of belonging, and meaningful connections. Kikori’s community-driven mobile app and platform provides educators with experiential and social-emotional learning activities. Kendra is passionate about empowering others, celebrating differences and using experiential activities to bridge divides. Kendra is completing her Ph.D. studies in education at the University of New Hampshire, with a focus on measuring the impact of experiential activities on youth social, emotional and cognitive development. Kendra previously worked as a school social worker for six years and as a therapist within inpatient youth behavioral health units for two years. Kendra’s love of connecting with and learning from others has taken her around the globe to over 30 countries, and she believes that within the arena of education, all is possible.
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm