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SEL and Self-Regulation in Schools & Visual-Percept Training in Schools
Tuesday, February 15, 2022, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST
Category: Events

*This event will be held live via Zoom.

Timed Agenda
6:00-6:25  Presentation - Evidence on How Social-Emotional Learning Programs Support Regulation in School-Based Practice
6:25-6:30 questions
6:30-6:55 Presentation – EBP for OT and visual-perceptual training in schools
6:55-7:00 Questions

Event Description
Presenters will share the evidence found for the topics above, including the search strategy, level 1 and level 2 evidence, a summary of themes, and recommendations.
Each topic will be a 25 minute PowerPoint presentation


Speaker Biographies
Jennifer Brady-Johnson, OTD/S, MAOT, OTR/L  
I currently work in a federal setting IV school with students that have high emotional and behavioral needs. As a school-based therapist I have spent a career understanding the importance of linking sensory processing to self-regulation, but with setting IV students, building mental health capacity for self-regulation may be more foundation. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) offers the opportunity to build mental health capacity in our students.

Amy Carrier, OTR/L, M.S. Ed, OTDS
Amy has been an occupational therapist for nearly thirty years.  She has worked in a variety of settings but has spent most of her career in school practice.  She is currently working in academia as an occupational therapy instructor.  She will be graduating with an OTD from St. Catherine University in May. 

Learning Objectives
Participants will:
    1.    Describe research supporting the use of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) with students at risk or with mental health needs.

    2.    Critique levels of evidence for student outcomes of Social Emotional Learning.

    3.    Examine recommendations for OT practice related to Occupational Therapy’s contributions to Social Emotional Learning (SEL) that will further support regulation and learning.

    4.    Describe research supporting visual perception intervention to enhance reading outcomes

    5.    Critique levels of evidence for visual perception intervention.

    6.    Examine recommendations for OT practice related to visual perception, assessment, intervention and classroom collaboration.  


Target Audience: All

Level of Content:  Advanced

AOTA Practice Area:  Children & Youth

CEUs:  1

Fees: MOTA members $5/ non-members $25

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