Are you planning for the full return to school and looking for ways to integrate a comprehensive approach to your SST (Student Success Team) process? Join the expert team from Stanford University who will share research, case study, and practical strategies to plan for a plan that fits your school systems from Tier I, II, & III. Participants will learn how mindfulness, stress reduction, Cue Centered Therapy, and B2L aligns with school-based MTSS models. This session is for 3 hours. Both Sessions are the same content.
Delaware Department of Education, in collaboration with Pure Edge, Inc., will host a four-part Culture of Care institute for educators and leaders. The Culture of Care training prepares educators to deliver breathing, mindful movement, and relaxation exercises in the classroom and to train colleagues to do the same. Participants in the training will learn and be able to communicate how this approach promotes social-emotional learning (SEL) in the classroom. In this virtual setting, each session includes a self-care practice for participants and time for Q&A and practical implementation strategies. The sessions are highly interactive and participants will practice teaching the exercises with colleagues. Participants will become familiar with the Pure Edge online resource library to support establishing a Culture of Care at their school site.
Join us for a conversation with Patrick Cook-Deegan, Founder/CEO of Project Wayfinder and author of the article, “Can the Lockdown Push Schools in a Positive Direction?” Belonging and resilience are especially critical as we plan for the return to school.
Dr. Mark Greenberg, Dorothy Morelli, Denine Parks-Goolsby, and Dr. Joseph Gerics
As educators, our lives have been forever changed. We have all experienced trauma in some form. As schools begin to make plans for reopening, it is imperative that we address the effect of this pandemic experience not only for our students, but also for the adults who work with them. This webinar will discuss ideas about how schools can begin to rebuild a sense of community including exploring adult social and emotional needs, collaborating on strategies to build caring connections with our students and colleagues.
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feel, as he shares how we can all be compassionate emotion scientists in these challenging times. Read his latest articles.
Join our two award-winning mindful educators who have successfully implemented mindfulness and well-being into their school programs. Meet the educators who continually build student agency though their creativity and dedication. Learn how they have created virtual SEL sessions & mentored the team of NuYu!
Join our expert panelists, Dr. Victor Carrion and Teri Lawler, who will answer your questions about stress and anxiety in the context of trauma-informed care.
We’ve read your feedback and are excited to announce the Ask Us series. Join us and ask our panelists, Dr. Dawn Brooks-DeCosta and Principal Kennard Branch, implementation questions related to SEL and technology.
There have been several national guidance documents for the safe return to school. One consistent message is that supporting the social and emotional needs of learners and educators should be a central focus. Join us for a noontime conversation as we share our contextual definition of SEL competencies, as well as examples from the field and practical strategies for implementation.
(ASL Interpreter / Side by Side screen available for all participants) * Join a panel of Student Support Services experts: Chandrai Jackson-Saunders, NASP School Psychologist of the Year 2020; Joseph Batiano, RI School Counselor of the Year 2018; & Rachel Webb, School Social Worker Sacramento City USD; facilitated by Chi Kim. These incredible educators will engage in an important discussion regarding student support services and providing equitable access via tele-service. Learn some of their thoughtful techniques used to provide student support services during this time of physical distancing. They will also share some of the roses and thorns that virtual school has posed as well as share what they foresee as critical needs as schools plan to re-open in the fall.