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Parent Education


Toby Hayward Community Room

Please join us for our second evening with educational consultants Elizabeth Mcleod and Rush Sabiston-Frank from the Institute for Social & Emotional Learning (IFSEL).

In our first session, they outlined a framework for understanding the social and emotional development of children and introduced a toolbox of skills that Walden students learn and practice at school. For this second interactive session you will learn creative ways to bring these tools home. Explore how a particular kind of listening can help children strengthen emotional intelligence, decrease stress, develop independent problem-solving skills, and support creative conflict resolution with your child.

We hope you will join us for this playful and experiential evening.

Free childcare is available with advanced registration. Snacks for adults and children included.

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