Transformative Adult Social-Emotional Learning: Cultivating a Healing Path
SPEAKER: Sabrina Winkleman
DATE: August 23, 2022
TIME: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Refreshments & Networking starts at 5:30 pm)
LOCATION: Metropolitan Ballroom, Golden Valley
Transformative adult SEL cultivates five competencies:
Robust research supports the cultivation and infusion of these competencies throughout our lifespans. Intentional and explicit development of the five competencies can occur through self-assessment and committing to engaging in certain frameworks, such as the SEL Three Signature Practices.
Consistent coaching of the five competencies inspires transformation in terms of identity, agency, belonging, collaborative problem-solving, and curiosity.
ICF Core Competencies Addressed:
1 Core Competency
1 Resource Development
To synthesize, connect to, and practice the what, why, and how of transformative adult social-emotional learning (SEL)
This session will support participants in:
identifying and connecting to the five competencies of transformative adult SEL through the lens of coaching
synthesizing the research associated with the five competencies
engaging with specific self-assessment tools and frameworks to develop their own transformative SEL skill set, as well the skill set of their clients
Meet: Sabrina Winkleman (she/her) is the Social-Emotional Learning Specialist with the School Climate Center in the Educator and Student Support Division at the Minnesota Department of Education. She supports statewide implementation of transformative social-emotional learning (SEL) in service of educational equity and excellence.
Ms. Winkleman is a seasoned educator with over sixteen years of experience in the education field. She was a classroom teacher for nearly a decade. For the last seven years, she has been a coaching specialist in a number of capacities, which include literacy specialist, teacher evaluation, content integration, and social-emotional learning. Ms. Winkleman is committed to coaching in-service of transformation.
Currently, Ms. Winkleman facilitates social-emotional professional learning opportunities to school districts, state agencies, and national partners involved with school climate efforts. Ms. Winkleman's coaching practice is deeply informed by the work of Elena Aguilar (The Art of Coaching, The Art of Coaching Teams, Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators, Coaching for Equity).
She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in literature, creative writing, and women's studies from St. Olaf College, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and Middle School Communication Arts and Literature from Minnesota State University, Mankato, and will complete a Master of Education Degree from the College of St. Scholastica in the spring of 2022, with a thesis in transformative adult social-emotional learning. Ms. Winkleman is also a qualified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI).
Sabrina lives in South Minneapolis with her partner, KP, (they/them) and their two cats, Oliver and Theo.