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    February 10, 2023
    8:30 am - 4:00 pm

All Children Thriving

What if the purpose of education at your school and in your classroom were all children thriving: in their learning and in their lives? What if the goal of your school system was all students learn the skills to thrive socially, culturally, emotionally, linguistically, academically, and physically, from birth onwards? How do we intentionally design academic learning experiences that help students to develop their social, emotional, and life skills?

Thoughtfully designed cooperative learning experiences provide a critical opportunity for students to develop their social and emotional skills. By integrating SEL and cooperative learning in your instruction, you can help your students not only master academic content but also thrive.

Join us for a day of hands on, interactive, and reflective exploration of cooperative learning and SEL aimed at helping children thrive. Experience culturally informed and culturally affirming SEL through cooperative learning practices. Leave this workshop with new tools in your tool box so that you will be ready to embody, engage, and teach these essential life skills.

Provided in collaboration with SEL4NM

Draft Agenda

time event
7:45 sign-in begins
8:30 Welcome and Setting the Stage
9:00 Social Emotional Learning Core Concepts
Cooperative Learning Essential Design
11:00 Practitioner presentation and small-group study
12:00 LUNCH
1:00 Strategies and Techniques for Integration: Academics, SEL, or Both?

Expert Practitioner Presentation of Integration Strategies
Follow-up small-group exploration and brainstorming


Key Considerations for Integration
Effective Cooperative Learning Strategies that Foster SEL


Final Reflection and Closing


Workshop Close

Presenters and Facilitators

Amy Franklin,
Ph.D., M.Ed., M.P.H., LMHC
Director, SEL4NM

Lead Event Facilitator

For the past 20 years, Amy has supported schools and human service agencies integrate emotional intelligence skills and social and emotional learning (SEL). As a pioneer in the field of SEL and Emotional Intelligence, Amy has trained thousands of educators, parents, students, and community workers engaged in education throughout the US and on 4 continents. She is the author of Choose to Change: A step-by-step teaching guide for fostering emotional intelligence in the classroom.








3401 E. 30th Street, Farmington, New Mexico, 87402, United States


Conference room at the Farmington Municipal School District office.

(Enter the building, turn to your left. You’re there.)