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REiL Learning for Community Organizations

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REiL Learning for Community Organizations

REiL Learning supports community organizations in a variety of ways, from leading team sessions, to facilitating one-on-one consultations, to It's time to get REiL! monthly learning workshops. We specialize in supporting staff in building social emotional learning and creatively engaging learners with notable social, emotional, and behavioral needs.

E-mail Katy at REiLlearning@gmail.com to set up an initial consultation free of charge.

 

One on One Consultations

 

Sometimes, we need more focused support in coming up with solutions to resolve challenging situations. Learn how one on one consultations can help.

It's time to get REiL! monthly learning sessions

 

Our monthly REiL Learning sessions are available for individuals and small groups from school, out of school, and community organizations. REiL Learning supports staff who oversee or work directly with learners with notable social, emotional, and behavioral needs.

 

Team Sessions

 

Pro-Active Strategies to Minimize Challenging Behavior

In this session learn about:

  • What makes a behavior challenging

  • Being aware of one’s own triggers

  • Integrating the three building blocks of rapport, boundaries & expectations, and flexibility into practice

  • How to acknowledge and talk about behaviors we find challenging

Creatively Engaging All Learners

In this session, we'll discuss:

  • The REiL model: An engagement and learning tool

  • Integrating the REiL building blocks, namely Rapport, Engagement, imagination & creativity, and Learners into practice

  • How to increase engagement with all learners

  • Accessing imagination & creativity beyond the Arts

  • Case scenarios from participants

Incorporating Social-Emotional Learning into Practice

In this session learn about:

  • Models and frameworks to support social-emotional learning 

  • How using social-emotional learning frameworks and models can support you in your practice

  • Activities to strengthen social-emotional learning

  • The importance of modelling

  • How to build and maintain rapport with learners with notable social, emotional, and behavioral needs  

  • The importance of self-compassion

Supporting Kids Who Experience Anxiety 

In this session learn about:

  • How worry and anxiety are normal

  • How flexibility is key

  • What anxiety loves

  • How your role-modeling can positively impact a child’s well being

  • What exercises and activities can help manage anxiety

Teacher/Leader Well-Being

In this session learn about:

  • How the teacher's well-being impacts their students' well-being 

  • How to integrate social-emotional learning models and frameworks to inspire and guide practice

  • The importance of talking about challenging situations we find unsettling

  • How to be less isolated and more connected in our practice

Case Scenarios & Real-Plays

In this session learn about:

  • Discuss the specific scenarios your staff find challenging  

  • Together with Katy work through understanding and problem solving different issues

  • Real-play challenging scenarios

  • Learn new skills and ways to understand another's perspective and different tools to resolve situations

REiL Learning: Support for all Learners

In this session learn about:

  • What is REiL Learning?

  • How the REiL model supports social emotional learning and creative learner engagement for all learners, particularly those with notable social, emotional, and behavioral needs

  • How to integrate the REiL model's building blocks, namely Rapport, Engagement, imagination and creativity, and Learners into practice

  • Case scenarios from participants

The Big 3

In this session learn about:

  • How the everyday behaviors of not listening, not participating and rude behavior can be the most challenging

  • Strategies to support listening and participation through creative engagement

  • The importance of rapport and clear guidelines

  • Relevant case scenarios as brought forward by participants

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