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Student Well-Being Webinar

Connecting Social, Emotional and Academic Learning This School Year

Tue., September 14, 2021, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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This school year, more districts than ever before are attending to the social-emotional needs of students as a pathway to learning gains. And the implications on student outcomes could be significant–according to research on data from more than 100,000 students and 26 districts, students with high social-emotional skills are twice as likely to have above-average grades. Join this webinar to hear from educational leaders on their holistic approach to student success for the 2021-2022 school year.

This webinar will cover how to:

  • Improve attendance, behavior, and course performance through a proactive whole child approach at the district and school level.
  • Support self-efficacy, self-management, engagement, and teacher-student relationships as a pathway to academic gains.
  • Use a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) approach that cares for both students’ academic and social-emotional needs.

Source: Moulton, Chiatovich, Gehlbach. (2018). What New Research Tells Us About the Connections Between Social-Emotional Learning & the ABCs of Student Success. Panorama Education.

Jennifer Wells
SEL and Student Development Coordinator, Round Lake Area School District (IL)
Stacey J. Eger-Converse,
Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Chief Diversity Officer, Watertown City School District (NY)
Tina Lane
Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and Student Services, Watertown City School District (NY)
Panorama Education

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