Continuing Social-Emotional Learning During the Summer
In partnership with Edmonton Catholic Schools
On May 28th, we presented the amazing work by Nicole Cunningham's team at Edmonton Catholic Schools. Thinking creatively, they digitized RoboKind's curriculum and technology during a major transition to remote learning due to COVID-19.
Calm Down Lesson
During this lesson, students will review key emotional and self-regulation vocabulary in order to better identify, understand, and model "calm down" tools.
This week, students will learn how to say “hi” to friends! It also includes a video module of friends greeting each other, focused on them looking at their faces, smiling and saying “hi”.
Conversation: Leave Taking
This lesson teaches the student what to do when leaving someone. Milo tells the student to look at their friend’s face, smile and say “bye” when leaving them.
Emotions: Happy, Sad, & Angry
In this lesson, Milo draws attention to the different parts of the face that change/move when displaying different emotions and shows different ways those parts can move.
Emotions: Hurt, Tired, & Excited
In this less Milo explains how most people look when they are feeling hurt, tired and excited.
Emotions: Scared, Surprised, & Worried
In this lesson, Milo draws attention to the different parts of the face used for expressing the emotions: scared, surprised, and worried.
This week's lesson focuses on teaching students the vocabulary, components, and application of greetings within the playdate setting.
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