Session 2 2023 MS/HS PM: Healthy Identity: Social and Emotional Skills for Teens
Session 2 PM: June 20-30
Age / grade level: MS/HS
Teacher: Ms. Bennett and Mr. Panciera
Description: In this course students will learn about themselves and through games, team-building, and reflexive activities. Based on Responsive Classroom curriculum, students will spend time developing Social and Emotional Competencies: cooperation, assertiveness, responsibility, empathy, and self-control. We will also explore other personality assessments (Myers-Briggs, Enneagram, etc). This is a fun, relaxed, and reflective Summer Exploration!
Teacher Bio: Ms. Elizabeth Bennett is the Advisory and Upper School History teacher at the Capitol School. Elizabeth is a doctoral candidate in the College of Education at the University of Alabama. Before her time as a graduate student, Elizabeth was a People Leader for Apple and worked on the Global Retail Training Team. She is an avid baker, reader, and lover of flowers. Elizabeth can regularly be found strolling campus with her corgi, Rosie.
Mr. Aaron Panciera is an M.A. student in English Literature at the University of Alabama, where he teaches discussion sections on American Literature. Before enrolling at UA, he was a substitute teacher at Grasso Technical High School in Connecticut, where he spent time as a long-term substitute, teaching 11th and 12th grade math. Mr. Panciera spends most of his free time reading, writing, making hummus, and taking long, meandering walks around Tuscaloosa. When he finishes his graduate program, Mr. Panciera hopes to teach middle school and/or high school.
Please fill out all information for each child's first registration. For additional registrations, you only have to complete the required information.
Note: This cost is for the full camp.