The CALM Curriculum

The CALM Curriculum

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Fraser Valley Child Development Centre

32885 Ventura Avenue

Abbotsford, BC V2S 6A3

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Learn how to use the CALM curriculum and leave with a ready to use curriculum kit worth $500.

About this event

Primary teachers in Abbotsford school district are invited to join our partners from the Fraser Valley Child Development center to connect with CALM. This program is a deep dive into the 5 domains of self-regulation.

Join presenters Kiran Sidhu and Jodie Elliot, creators of the CALM curriculum, as you learn how to use songs, games, literacy and puppets to build a common language among students in your classroom and school. Grade level partners are encouraged to attend as participating is more fun with a buddy! For more information, check out www.connectwithcalm.ca

NOTE: Participation is limited to the first 20 people who sign up

NOTE: this offering will not run if there is not at least 5 registered participants

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From the website:

“Connecting neuroscience, theoretical research, positive psychology and intentional praxis to strengthen and support the social and emotional well-being and capabilities of young children and the adults around them. The purpose of the framework is to support educators, parents and caregivers in understanding the complexities, challenges and opportunities of raising children in today’s world” (connectwithcalm.ca).

Based on the work of Stuart Shanker (2013) and in partnership with the Fraser Valley Child Development Center (https://www.fvcdc.org/the-calm-curriculum), early years educators in the Abbotsford School District have been working to create a common language and practice in the five domains of self-regulation. Since 2013, the Calm kit has been an engaging and practical program to support the goals of SEL in the BC Curriculum (https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/competencies/personal-and-social). In addition, the program complements the goals of oral language and communication in the ELL and ELA curricula.

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