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Creative Ways to Help Teens Manage Their Emotions

For leaders and teachers of grades 6-12!

How to integrate Social-Emotional Learning into your classroom curriculum

This class focuses on the importance of
establishing a supportive social and emotional
learning environment by engaging in creative
activities that can help students manage
emotions, and offers tools to help guide their
feelings.
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Our students love us

I needed this webinar for ME, not just to help my students. Thank you!
Janet Arehart
Thank you so much for this wonderful webinar. I plan to have my students use the journal this coming year.
Nancy Smith
Thank you so much!
Great information and great presentation! 
Layla Ahmed

What's included?

  • Activities you can use NOW
  • Build stronger peer bonds 
  • Discover yourself as an artist
  • Overcome obstacles
  • Certification

Academic Support through Creativity 

Integrate arts-based, social-emotional learning activities into your existing curriculum and 

Inspire Struggling Students

Discover the top five benefits of creating small peer groups to share completed integrated SEL art activities
Many great ideas! Thank you
Mary Salamone
Thank you for your commitment to emotional developments and growth for teens. 
DORA, educator
Excellent webinar. A+
Grace Worsley
Meet the instructor

Rayne Lacko

AUTHOR. Dream Up Now: The Teen Journal for Creative Self-Discovery (Free Spirit, 2020); A Song For The Road (SparkPress, 2019); Radio Head (Mill City Press, 2016); Six Easy Steps to Leading the Transformational Workshop Teens Want to Attend (online course, 2021)
LEADER. Leads online courses teaching future leaders to promote diversity and inclusion in arts education. Serves as president on the board of trustees at a performing arts organization. Established “Teen Creatives Live,” a spoken word event. Facilitates arts-based, emotional intelligence workshops featuring the Dream Up Now journal. Leads creative writing workshops for students in grades PreK-12.
INTERNATIONAL. BA Liberal Arts with a concentration in Leadership, Seattle, WA. Liberal Arts degree, Toronto, Canada. Semester in Salamanca, Spain. Graphic Design Diploma, Vancouver, Canada. UCLA’s writer's program, California, US. 
Patrick Jones - Course author
Rayne Lacko (she/her)
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