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Supporting Teachers With Adult Social-Emotional Learning and Climate

Tue., March 08, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Prevent teacher burnout and support staff retention in your district by strengthening staff climate and providing resources for adult social-emotional learning. Learn how district and school leaders can support adult social-emotional well-being and efficacy with tangible, data-backed practices.

When teachers and staff feel supported, empowered, and trusted by school leadership, they can create conditions that lead to students’ academic, social, and emotional development.

We’ll delve into strategies for:

  • Addressing teacher burnout by prioritizing climate and adult well-being
  • Delivering targeted professional development to build educator skills and capacity around social-emotional learning
  • Developing programs, resources, and activities to support adults’ own self-care and well-being in schools
  • Using tools to listen to and address educators’ professional, social, and emotional needs
  • Shifting adult mindsets and help them understand, develop, and model social-emotional skills for students
Speakers
Chris Moore
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Coordinator (Social-Emotional Learning), Salem-Keizer School District (Ore.)
Kaesa Enemark
Coordinator II of Student & Family Engagement, Santa Rosa City Schools (Calif.)
Allison Silbernagel
Counselor Program Associate, Salem-Keizer School District (Ore.)
Charmie R. Curry, Ed.D.
Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Wellesley Public Schools (Mass.)
Anne Beauchamp, Ph.D.
PreK-12 Coordinator for Curriculum, Assessment & Accountability, Wellesley Public Schools (Mass.)
Moderator
Alejandro McGhee
Project Manager, Panorama Education

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