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SEE 101 is a 7-module, online orientation course that explores the big ideas of SEE Learning. This free course is self-paced (approximately 3 hours) and introduces participants to the following topics: empowering students; exploring awareness; compassion; engagement; and understanding the curriculum. After completing SEE 101, participants receive a certificate authorizing them to teach SEE Learning and use SEE Learning resources in their individual classroom, organization or school. For comprehensive implementation support, please contact Emory University or an official SEE Learning affiliate in your region.
This educator preparation workshop consists of three (3) two-hour sessions, typically separated by a few weeks, that are held live, either in person or online. It primarily prepares educators to teach the content of chapters 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7 of the curriculum. SEE Learning facilitators hold these sessions.
This is a single, two-hour, one-time session held in person or online, hosted by SEE Learning facilitators. This single session provides a general overview of the SEE Learning framework and program with a small amount of experiential content.
The SEE Learning facilitator certification course is delivered online. It prepares participants to serve as certified facilitators who will offer SEE Learning workshops and support SEE Learning implementation in their regions in coordination with the local affiliate organization. Doing so allows them to practice, develop, and receive feedback on their SEE Learning facilitation skills.
This series provides targeted resources that enable schools and educators to more deeply integrate SEE Learning into their classroom and school-based programming. Topics include: positive behavioral supports; restorative practices for discipline; curriculum integration; and many other applied strategies for teaching and learning.