How can we support both staff and students as we re-enter schools? Join a panel of experts from the fields of education, mental health and pediatric medicine as they share ways in which to help.
What lessons have we learned from the Covid19 Pandemic? In session 1, students, parents, teachers, principals, superintendents, and school board members share their experiences.
Dana Foulds, Broken Grounds Elementary School’s Digital Learning Specialist, discusses the journey she and her team took after attending a webinar series on Social-Emotional Learning
Listen to Stephanie Malia Krauss speak about her new book, Making It: What Today’s Kids Need For Tomorrow’s World in which she goes beyond the question of what young people need to succeed in school, to ask what they need to be ready for life.
Melody Arabo, EdReports Outreach Specialist and US Department of Education Teacher Ambassador Fellow, shares insights on why quality curricular materials matter and how EdReports can be used as a foundation for conversations about your curriculum.
Author Starr Sackstein talks about her newest book and offers best practices for results as SEL needs become more and more important.
Dr. Cara Procek, SNHU Professor of Education, shares some of the challenges that faced education students during the pandemic.
Dr. Peter Michael Plourde is the director of faculty development at the University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC), teaches mathematics, and to the general public and to many of his students, is known as Professor Lyrical for his work as a hip-hop artist.
We all know social-emotional learning is of the utmost importance, but what is the best way to teach it to our students? Listen to teacher, author, and consultant, Elizabeth Peterson, share what SEAL is, the benefits of integrating the arts with SEL, and how to get started.
Join teacher, author, and consultant Elizabeth Peterson as she discusses how arts integration helps students engage in content and deepen their learning.