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Promoting student wellbeing starts with adults. In schools where educators develop strong communication and trust, teachers are more likely to learn from each other, stay in the profession, and boost student performance. Is your district attending to the social-emotional development and self-care of educators and staff? 

Join us for a panel conversation with Megan Marcus, Founder and Partner of FuelEd who will share how they have helped districts leverage secure relationships to heal trauma in educators and students, so teaching and learning can thrive, and Dr. Kim Dryier, Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services at Consolidated High School District 230, who will share how they are strategically building thriving adults across their district. You’ll get actionable examples of how to equip the adults in your district with tools to increase their own social, emotional, behavioral health (SEBH).

By the end of the hour, you’ll understand different approaches to adult SEL as well as how to measure, implement, and cultivate a culture of health and wellness for your school community. 

Your takeaways include:

  • Adult SEL activities, protocols, and professional learning resources to help your district’s educators build community and foster resilience.
  • Ways to help educators renew their commitment to the profession and upgrade their practice at the same time.
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Megan Marcus
Founder and Partner, FuelEd
Dr. Kim Dryier
Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services, Consolidated High School District 230
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