Programs and workshops for educators to demonstrate how to incorporate social & emotional learning into lesson plans and classroom culture.
The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum is hosting a free webinar series to demonstrate ways in which social emotional learning and humane education can be integrated into lesson plans and school culture. NY state educators can receive CTLE hours for participating.
Animal Assisted Interventions & Humane Education: Connecting Language & Thought to Build Compassion in Learners
Keynote Speaker: Nancy Vidal-Finnerty, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Kim Spanjol, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LMHC
Length: 56 Mins
How to Integrate Mutt-i-grees into Your Mandated Curricula
Keynote Speakers: Veronica Palazzola and Kelley Christenson of Fenton Charter Academy in California, Liz Molinari of the West Babylon Public Library in West Babylon, NY , and Principal Teri Ahearn of Shell Bank Middle School in Brooklyn, NY,
Length: 27 Mins
How the Affinity Between Children and Dogs Helps to Develop Emotional Intelligence
Keynote Speakers: Michael Tountasakis, Assistant Principal and Teri Ahearn, Principal
Length: 32 Mins
My Mutt-I-grees Story: Unlocking Unlimited Potential
Keynote Speaker: Brandon Beck, Educator and Author
Length: 27 Mins
Nurturing Student Resilience: Building Young People’s Capacity to Thrive Before, During, & After A Crisis
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Ungar
Length: 47 Mins
Recognizing & Understanding Animal Abuse
Keynote Speakers: Kim Spanjol, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LMHC and Kenneth Shapiro, Clinical Psychologist
Length: 35 Mins
Each course is approximately one hour. New York educators may receive CTLE hours upon completing these courses.
The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum offers school workshops for any and all schools interested in receiving an introduction into the curriculum and sparking conversation amongst faculty and students. With an adorable Mutt-i-gree by our side, students will be engaged in discussions and activities revolving around understanding empathy and social & emotional learning.
Contact us to schedule a custom school workshop event.