Session A: 10:30am - 11:45am

Location: Exhibit Hall 3


Districts across the country are looking for ways to set systems in place and creating a common language that allows social and emotional learning to flourish in an intentional way. When districts have a why and a common framework from which to work, decisions and implementation planning becomes much more intentional, sustainable, and impactful. Round Rock ISD has created a district wide framework and learning targets. These strategies have allowed for deep implementation of systems and creates a common vision of social emotional learning across its 55 campuses. In the three years of its work, social emotional learning has taken root within all aspects of this districts mission and vision.

Experience Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Audience: Campus Leaders, Counselors/Social Workers/School Psychologists, District Leaders, and Turnaround Specialists
Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, and Middle School
Learning Strand: District Implementation and Leadership Roles and RP
Interest Categories: SEL