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A Seat at the Table With Education Week: How to Support Teacher Well-Being

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The demands being placed on teachers, especially during the pandemic, have led to an increase in professional and personal stress. This episode of A Seat at the Table will focus on what school and district leaders can do to help teachers develop their own social-emotional competencies to alleviate some of the strain that they feel on the job.

Join Education Week contributor and blogger Peter DeWitt as he sits down with David Adams, chief executive officer of The Urban Assembly, and classroom teacher Sera Deo for a lively discussion about the importance of supporting teacher mental health and well-being during this challenging season as many educators prepare to head back to the school building for in-person and hybrid teaching.

Speakers
David Adams
Chief Executive Officer The Urban Assembly
Adams is the chief executive officer of the Urban Assembly, a network of small, career-themed, unscreened public schools in New York City. Previously, he was the director of social-emotional learning and senior director of strategy for the network. He is the author of The Educator’s Practical Guide to Emotional Intelligence, as well as other writings on social-emotional learning and DEI. Adams is on the board of CASEL and serves as a Civil Affairs Officer in the Army Reserve.
Sera Deo
4th Grade Teacher Miller Hill Elementary School
Deo teaches 4th grade at Miller Hill Elementary School in Averill Park, New York. This is her 23rd year in the classroom.
Moderator
Peter DeWitt is a former K-5 public school principal turned author, presenter, and leadership coach.

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