This edWebinar will highlight innovative strategies to help us all become “emotion scientists” and inspire us to bring out the best in ourselves, each other, and our students.
Sometimes, teaching is more like bombardment: Grading hundreds of essays, placating disgruntled parents, accommodating learning needs, sweating out the principals’ nerve-wracking classroom observation. And then there are the stressors of life beyond the classroom. Being a teacher can be tough. It is rewarding but also overwhelming and, at times, can take a personal and professional toll.
In this edWebinar, award-winning teacher, motivational speaker, and author Justin Ashley addresses the whole teacher: You and your bank account. Your health. Your social network. How can you be a better teacher . . . and a better parent, spouse, and friend?
This edWebinar will offer a breakdown of the current research on student mental health, strategies for supporting student and one’s own well-being, and offer practical ways to put it to use.
The research that came out of a recent white paper highlights the issues around the increasing crisis in adolescent mental health. In a recent edWebinar, the presenters emphasized the need for school districts “to intervene with students as quickly as possible to keep them safe.”
Join the panel for a discussion on the causes of the mental health crisis and resources districts are using to address these issues in a holistic way.
How can an average teacher, without a counseling degree or special training, make a difference in these students’ lives? Digital portfolios can help.
Please join us for this free webinar and take an in-depth look at the combined effect of autism and co-existing mental health conditions.